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    The US dollar accelerated towards the upside against the Japanese Yen at the early Asian session, reaching the highest in seven weeks on Monday, as those levels were supported by the Citigroup data which gave markets participants some hope that the financial crisis it about to end.

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    it looks bright for the dollar, this may be temporary anyway

    all i really mean is that the yen may be up again before the dollar would climb against it at the end of the week

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    I don't think US dollars can climb up for yen, US economic has not recovered yet

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    just follow this week forcast that i would state soon and u would not trade to losses for the EURUSD

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    Quote Originally Posted by pepperdonrest View Post
    just follow this week forcast that i would state soon and u would not trade to losses for the EURUSD
    where did you post your forcast for the weeks i can find it

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    right now the dollar is falling

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    Let me put it this way "cut and dry". I believe that the US economy will enter a severe recession within the next couple of years. Any consumption economy based on Visa/Mastercard is doomed to fail at one point or another, not a question of if, but when.

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    What does a collapsing Dollar mean to the average American? It means ongoing "invisible" inflation and asset deflation. Both are being experienced now, slowly, but surely, whether the average American realizes it or not.

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    it isnt invisible
    it was supposd to come
    it comes every few years and tyhen passes of after the cycle of 2 years

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    Quote Originally Posted by shettythilak View Post
    Let me put it this way "cut and dry". I believe that the US economy will enter a severe recession within the next couple of years. Any consumption economy based on Visa/Mastercard is doomed to fail at one point or another, not a question of if, but when.
    Could you please explain a little bit further; how does visa/mastercard link to the failure of the economy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by haili5 View Post
    Could you please explain a little bit further; how does visa/mastercard link to the failure of the economy?
    its the subprime issue
    the credit card holders are spending money that they wont be able to pay back

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    Quote Originally Posted by haili5 View Post
    Could you please explain a little bit further; how does visa/mastercard link to the failure of the economy?
    a consumption economy based on visa/ mastercard means people spending more than their earnings. The day will come those spenders are not in position to repay their expences. then finally financial institutions have to write off those debts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shettythilak View Post
    a consumption economy based on visa/ mastercard means people spending more than their earnings. The day will come those spenders are not in position to repay their expences. then finally financial institutions have to write off those debts.
    Thanks for your reply. Writing off debt, means or result to bad debt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by haili5 View Post
    Thanks for your reply. Writing off debt, means or result to bad debt.
    absolutely
    america is fully wrapped into it

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    US economy has no sign to recover from the deprasion.
    I think in the long run USD will loss it's value against not only Yen but also all other currencies.

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