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Dollar Index Headed for Rapid Collapse: Chart
The lower the U.S. dollar the greater the intensity of currency wars. The break below the key uptrend line on the Dollar Index chart was an early warning of the third round of quantitative easing (QE3).
Is the Dollar ETF 'Going to Hell' After QE3?  ETF Trends
ETFs for Investors Bearish on the US Dollar
Some investors use gold and precious metals ETFs to hedge against a weaker U.S. dollar. However, there are also “inverse” ETFs that short the dollar and profit from a declining greenback.
It Is Impossible For The US To Default
The reason the US could never be forced to default is that every single bit of the debt is owed in the currency that we and only we can issue: dollars. Unlike Greece, we don't have to try to earn foreign exchange via exports or beg for better terms ...
The Dollar Trap: China's Misunderstood Foreign Exchange Reserves
China's foreign exchange ('forex') reserves and its holdings of U.S. government debt are two of the most frequently misunderstood issues in relations between the two countries.
Oil Prices Vs. The US Dollar - Correlated Or Manipulated?
There is always talk of market manipulation when it comes to oil prices. Indeed, yesterday there was an article in the Financial Times about Saudis offering up extra supply to put a lid on prices (thanks to Abnormal Returns for the pointer).
Why tracking Dollar Index is must for any commodity trader
The US Dollar Index is an index (or measure) of the value of the United States dollar relative to a basket of foreign currencies.
Why The US Dollar Will Not Soon Lose Its Status As The World Reserve Currency
I have written extensively about the different means by which the US dollar is declining in use for international transactions.
A history of South Africa's currency
The rand was established as the official South African currency on 14 February 1961 - and has since developed into a liquid emerging market currency, most commonly traded against the US dollar. Prior to its establishment as legal tender, South Africa ...
US Dollar Index: Everywhere But Down?
The DXY (U.S. dollar index) may be pulled by two opposing forces but the outcome will be the same: a weaker dollar. If the US rebound is confirmed by the NFP on Friday, Sept.
US Dollar: Don't worry, be happy
Best Financial Markets Analysis Article May we suggest a Twitter version of today's FOMC statement: "Don't worry, be happy!