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The Dollar Is Still King, For Now
As long as central banks stash dollars away in their vaults´┐Żat present more than 60% of foreign-exchange reserves are in dollars´┐Żand global trade relies on the exchange of greenbacks, it will be difficult for Europe, China and others to dislodge the ...
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Where did the dollar sign come from?
According to Rand, the dollar sign (written with two downward slashes instead of one) came from the initials of the United States: A capital U superimposed over a capital S, minus the lower part of the U. No documentary evidence exists to support this ...
When The U.S. Dollar Goes Up, These Commodities Go Down
That's good news for people who hold dollars. It means that the dollars you spend today stretch further than they did yesterday, two weeks ago or even a couple months ago.
Andy Kessler: Obama Needs to 'Pull a Rubin' on the US Dollar
Under President Clinton, Treasury Secretary Rubin told everyone who asked that "the U.S. supports a strong dollar." And he put the country's money where his mouth was, pushing a strong-dollar policy that included working with central banks to keep the ...
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US Dollar Technical Analysis and Trend Forecast 2013
In the end, Mickey Mouse or the Pope could have been stuck into power in the US, the fate of the currency was baked in the cake a long time ago and we are simply following the cycle path.
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Yuan Will Appreciate to 5.7 against US Dollar, Think Tank Forecasts
(Beijing) - China's currency will gradually appreciate against the U.S. dollar by nearly 10 percent over five years, a report by a private think tank predicts.
US Presidential Elections: Yuan Emerges as Real Alternative to US Dollar  IBTimes.co.uk
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The U.S. Dollar, Obama And The Gold Standard
The continual and increasing issuance of U.S. dollars has steadily eroded its value. This has been particularly pronounced since abandoning the final vestige of the Gold Standard some forty years ago.
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The S&P, U.S. Dollar And The Fed
There have been many questions about the relationship between the S&P and the US Dollar (USD). In the not so distant past, having a strong currency would gain the respect and admiration of other countries, but those days are long gone.
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They're buying what? US investors latch onto Iraqi dinar
The current market rate is 1,215 dinars to one U.S. dollar. Hassnain Ali Agha, founder of Las Vegas-based currency dealer Dinar Trade, is the biggest U.S.
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Venezuela's US dollar black market thriving but risky
The U.S. dollar has spiked because the government has fewer greenbacks in its foreign reserve stockpile, say Caracas analysts, with the prospect of a looming devaluation further driving up the demand for dollars in the short term, and hence its price.
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