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Dollar’s Death Decisive Moment

Posted by smeddum on December 18, 2008

Dollar No Longer Haven After Fed Moves Rate Near Zero (Update2) 

I did not expect the dollar rally, and it has proved to be both short term and ultimately absurd, like the final movements
of a newly dead body.

By Kim-Mai Cutler and Bo Nielsen

Dec. 17 (Bloomberg) — The world’s biggest currency-trading firms say the dollar’s appeal as a haven amid the financial crisis all but evaporated. Read the rest of this entry »

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The Day the Dollar Died – Peter Tosh

Posted by smeddum on October 3, 2008

The Day the Dollar Died – Peter Tosh

I see Johnny with his head hanging down
Wondering how many schillings left in that pound
Cost of living it is rising so high
Dollar see that have heart attack and die Read the rest of this entry »

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