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G20 & The U.S. Dollar Policy - A Presentation

G20 & The U.S. Dollar Policy - A Presentation

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The Group of 20 ended Friday, Nov. 12, 2010 in South Korea without any meaningful agreement on rising global tensions over trade and currency issues.

Despite President Obama rebuffing charges that America is seeking a weaker exchange rate, the U.S. ultimately failed to persuade other countries to support a U.S. back a U.S. push to make China boost its currency.

This presentation outlines some of my observations about the G20, the U.S. dollar policy and the related investing strategy.

The Group of 20 ended Friday, Nov. 12, 2010 in South Korea without any meaningful agreement on rising global tensions over trade and currency issues.

Despite President Obama rebuffing charges that America is seeking a weaker exchange rate, the U.S. ultimately failed to persuade other countries to support a U.S. back a U.S. push to make China boost its currency.

This presentation outlines some of my observations about the G20, the U.S. dollar policy and the related investing strategy.

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11/17/2010

 
G20 & The U.S. Dollar Policy
Dian L. ChuEconomic Forecasts & OpinionsNov. 14, 2010
 
Highlights
2
Events Leading to G20 Dagong, Greenspan & Geithner 
G20 –A Colossal Waste of Time
Post G20 -Trade War & China Yuan Policy
Bigger Problems at Home
The U.S. Dollar Policy & Investing Strategy
 
China’s Dagong Downgrades The U.S.
3
Nov. 9
-China’s Dagong Credit Rating Agency reduced U.S.credit rating to
A+
, from AA, with
Negative
Outlook 
Citing a
deteriorating intent
” and ability to repay debtobligations after QE2
Downgrade could be reflecting Beijing’s concern
Dagong’s
Debt Progression Chart
With QE2, the U.S. has progressed into Stage 3 -
 Monetary Crisis
.OverallCrisis
 Monetary Crisis
EconomicCrisisDebtCrisis
(U.S. )

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