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Thread: Why are Central Bank Interventions necessary?

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    Why are Central Bank Interventions necessary?

    Overshadowing the currency market today, the apparent possibility exists that central banks will become active participants. Major central banks around the world, including the Federal Reserve System in the United States and the Bundesbank in Germany, may decide on a given day that their national currency is declining too rapidly in value relative to other key currencies. Thus, if the Dollar falls precipitously against the Euro, the Federal Reserve is likely to intervene by heavily selling Euro and buying of Dollars to stabilize the currency market. In most cases, central bank intervention is temporary, aimed at promoting a smooth adjustment in currency values toward a new equilibrium level rather than to permanently propping up a weak currency.

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    most of the central banks have intervened already .
    AND THATS WHAT HAVE CAUSED THE MOVES UP ON PIRS THAT WERE FALLING FOR LAST 2 TO 3 MONTHS

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    Central (national ?) banks intervention is somewhat very necessary. They are the first line of defense in most of the countries. Central banks are so powerful that they can make a big company to become nationalized .

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    the next intervention will be from the bank of japan..the price of the yen is to hight for their export industry..no body can buy japanese product with a yen this high...

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    this intersting figure came to me...

    Job Losses in Novembers increased to 584,000 from 533,000,
    in the October it was 423,000, that ways if we calculate the average
    then we can calculate an average of 510,333 jobs lost per month over the last three months. If we take this figure and extend it over the next 12 months, you get 6,124,000. That is over six million jobs at stake in 2009.

    now say what you all have to say!

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