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  • Australia to Abandon the U.S. Dollar

    Secrets of the Fed - 04/19/2014

    Australia's announcement that it is abandoning the U.S. dollar for trade with China is the latest broadside in the global currency war. Starting April 10, Australia and China will no longer use the U.S. dollar for trade between the two nations. For the first time, Australian businesses will be able to conduct trade in Chinese yuan. No more need for U.S. dollar intermediation. ▪ ...

  • Buy Gold as "World Backs Away" from Dollar: Rickards - 04/19/2014

    JAMES RICKARDS , author of the national best-seller Currency Wars: The Making of the Next Global Crisis , was my guest this week on New York Markets Live, writes Miguel Perez-Santalla at BullionVault . Talking about his latest book, the recently released New York Times bestseller, The Death of Money: The Coming Collapse of the International Monetary System , James Rickards told me...

  • Euro: Should We Worry About Demands for More Currency Intervention - 04/18/2014

    Dollar Advance Stalls as Yellen Comments and Beige Book Chewed Euro: Should We Worry About Demands for More Currency Intervention? British Pound Rallies on Strong Jobs Data, But Not Enough for Next Bull Leg Dollar Advance Stalls as Yellen Comments and Beige Book Chewed With Friday's liquidity drain closing in, the dollar is focusing even more intently on the ebb and flow in interest...

  • It's Not the Value of the Chinese Currency: The Proof in Charts

    The Heritage Foundation Blog - 04/17/2014

    While the U.S. Treasury did not label China as a currency manipulator this week, it did criticize the Chinese authorities for recently intervening in the foreign exchange market. However, the yuan–dollar exchange value has no effect on the U.S.–Chinese bilateral trade balance. This is because a lot has changed in the past few years. From 1995 to 2005, China pegged its currency,...

  • US Treasury says that China is intentionally undervaluing its currency; IMF warns USA.

    COGWriter - 04/17/2014

    The US Treasury is again asserting that the Chinese are undervaluing their currency: The United States Treasury criticized China for “significantly” undervaluing its currency, but again refrained from labeling Beijing a currency manipulator.In its twice-yearly report, the Treasury acknowledged that China's currency has appreciated. But it said the increase is too slow and has not gone...

  • The ECB vs. the Fed, Let the Currency Wars Begin

    Actionforex - 04/17/2014

    The dollar is one of the least loved currencies so far this year. It has only managed to make gains against two of its G10 peers, the CAD and the SEK, even though some were calling for a bull run in 2014.Frustration with the dollar's seemingly inability to rally could also be simmering at the ECB. While some have said that China and Russia's commitment to end currency intervention in...

  • AISI American Iron and Steel Institute : Says Treasury Report on Currency Fails to Address Key Trade Concerns

    4-Traders - 04/16/2014

    WASHINGTON, D.C. - - AISI President and CEO Thomas J. Gibson issued the following statement regarding the Obama Administration's announcement Tuesday that it would not label China as a currency manipulator: "While the U.S. Treasury Department noted 'serious concern' in their report yesterday, failing to label China a currency manipulator continues to put the U.S. manufacturing...

  • Beijing rejects US criticism over yuan

    RTHK - 04/16/2014

    The central government plans to move toward full convertibility of the yuan. Reuters: file photo The central government has defended the valuation of its currency and pushed back against a US Treasury report...

  • US: China's Currency 'Significantly Undervalued'

    Voice of America - 04/16/2014

    The United States Treasury has criticized China for "significantly" undervaluing its currency, but again refrained from labeling Beijing a...

  • Treasury takes strong stance on China's yuan

    The Hill - 04/15/2014

    The Obama administration issued a report Tuesday criticizing China for recent drops in the value of its currency and vowing to closely monitor the yuan's progress and press for further policy changes. The Treasury Department called China's currency "significantly undervalued" but didn't go as far as to deem China or any other nation a currency manipulator in its semiannual report to▪ ...

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