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Watch the Dollar—It Could Trigger the Next Crisis

 
Limpan
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Watch the Dollar—It Could Trigger the Next Crisis
Expectations of an end to ultra-easy U.S. monetary policy are likely to set in during the second-half of 2013, triggering a bull run in the dollar that could last for five years, says independent economist Andy Xie. And this, he argues, could lead to a “crisis” in emerging markets as hot money inflows unwind.

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Re: Watch the Dollar—It Could Trigger the Next Crisis
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Re: Watch the Dollar—It Could Trigger the Next Crisis
Expectations of an end to ultra-easy U.S. monetary policy are likely to set in during the second-half of 2013, triggering a bull run in the dollar that could last for five years, says independent economist Andy Xie. And this, he argues, could lead to a “crisis” in emerging markets as hot money inflows unwind.

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 Quoting: Limpan


given that we know CNBC is just a mainstream propaganda piece I don't know why you bothered to post this ?

The only thing to say is that if CNBC is saying that something is going to happen in the second half of 2013 then really something is going to happen in the first half of 2013.
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Expectations of an end to ultra-easy U.S. monetary policy are likely to set in during the second-half of 2013, triggering a bull run in the dollar that could last for five years, says independent economist Andy Xie. And this, he argues, could lead to a “crisis” in emerging markets as hot money inflows unwind.

Full Story:
[link to www.cnbc.com]


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 Quoting: Limpan


given that we know CNBC is just a mainstream propaganda piece I don't know why you bothered to post this ?

The only thing to say is that if CNBC is saying that something is going to happen in the second half of 2013 then really something is going to happen in the first half of 2013.
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Don't kill the messenger!!
We all know the dollar will collapse one day.
All fiat currency's does

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Re: Watch the Dollar—It Could Trigger the Next Crisis
Expectations of an end to ultra-easy U.S. monetary policy are likely to set in during the second-half of 2013, triggering a bull run in the dollar that could last for five years, says independent economist Andy Xie. And this, he argues, could lead to a “crisis” in emerging markets as hot money inflows unwind.

Full Story:
[link to www.cnbc.com]


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 Quoting: Limpan


given that we know CNBC is just a mainstream propaganda piece I don't know why you bothered to post this ?

The only thing to say is that if CNBC is saying that something is going to happen in the second half of 2013 then really something is going to happen in the first half of 2013.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1575912


Don't kill the messenger!!
We all know the dollar will collapse one day.
All fiat currency's does

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 Quoting: Limpan


Dollar already collapsed... That dollar index was hovering around 120 some years ago so its perfectly fine for dollar to recover in medium term.

After that it`ll dive again.

Nothing goes one way forever thats why OP is correct.

Next crisis is for the emerging markets while Europe, US and others recover, emerging markets will suffer, thats how its gonna be.

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