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    forextrends24 is offline Senior Member
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    Default Dollar Advances as China Reigns in Bank Loans

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    The U.S. Dollar advanced sharply higher on Wednesday, buoyed by the news that China was reigning in bank loans in an attempt to cool off the economy.

    The availability of easy money through government stimulus and favorable loan conditions helped fuel a huge surge in the Chinese economy. The pace of the growth is a concern for central bank officials. On Thursday, China is expected to report double-digit 4th quarter GDP growth.

    The Dollar also received a boost from the election of a Republican to a key U.S. Senate seat in Massachusetts. This event is bullish for the Dollar because some feel it may signal an end to excessive government spending that has been weakening the Greenback.

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    sitsDiostudge is offline Junior Member
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    Default Should I get a mezzanine loan?

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    US Core Retail Sales will be expected to yield a slight increase to 0.1% as reflections of improvement in the consumer spending. Previously, rates made a revised release of 0.4% in the previous session after failing to exceed the previous data of 0.5%. If ever this will turn out to be affirmed... I am thinking this will be a gain for the greenback... Any words from you guys?

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    aelinechristy is offline Junior Member
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    China’s order to curtail bank loans is likely to lead to a slow down in global economic growth while putting pressure on higher yielding assets. This should help to put pressure on the USD JPY, but trading was lackluster and sideways. Traders do not seem to know whether to buy the lower yielding Yen or the Dollar. The chart indicates traders are leaning toward the long side of the Dollar with .9204 the next upside target.The USD CHF continued to soar after it broke through a key retracement price and a downtrending Gann angle. The break in the Euro is making Swiss central bankers nervous which could lead to a surprise intervention. secured personal loan rates

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    Can China's Yuan Replace the US Dollar?

    I read with interest the many articles and news written about safe haven assets and strong currencies, especially at this time when investors are looking for alternative to the USD. Gold, Swiss franc, yen, bonds are always in the news. Yuan is not being left behind either.
    A weak currency at one time can be considered strong when their fiscal and monetary policies re-establish the value of the currency.

    The USD has been considered a strong currency and safe-haven in times of financial crisis or war. But now it looks like the USD has
    taken a beating with its recent debt crisis. Can it still be considered a safe haven? Can it be dethroned?
    Is it likely that yuan can replace the USD? If you think it can, then perhaps you should consider investing in China's yuan? Find out more here.

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