Socrates preguntado en Social ScienceEconomics · hace 6 años

Why has the US dollar become so strong recently?

8 respuestas

  • hace 6 años

    I suspect that since "the dollar" (aka Federal Reserve NOTE, an instrument of debt) "floats" on the world market, commodity prices, like as in oil, silver, grain &etc, opinion is that the other world currencies are doing worse than ours.

    Would you buy into the DOW when it's darned near an all time high?

    This has been predicted, that between the crash of 2007/8 there would be a run-up before the ext crash, which will be worse than then and it is inevitable. We are in the "intermission" now, the run-up, to make everyone comfortable about going back into debt and feeling comfortable. But it's a lie. Prepare:

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  • hace 6 años

    Currencies around the World are under stress, but what makes the US Dollar exceptional is the issue of TRUST.

    The USA has never defaulted.

  • Anónimo
    hace 6 años

    The dollar's rise has been based on the premise of the Fed raising rates.

  • Supply and demand determine value. We export dollars faster than Congress adds money to the economy by deficit spending. We are losing cash and increasing its value. That's called "deflation". If it gets bad enough, it's called "depression".

    Tell Congress that we need to spend money fixing 75,000 bridges and putting millions back to work. We have to start rebuilding America before China eats our lunch.

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  • ?
    Lv 4
    hace 6 años

    Because the Japanese have a Yen for American Dollars...0413/2015

  • Anónimo
    hace 6 años

    great economy. Someone wants the FED to raise the fund rate.

  • Willie
    Lv 7
    hace 6 años

    Because the peso is like monopoly money.

  • Anónimo
    hace 6 años

    Because we no longer have BUSH destroying it!


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