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FOREWORD
First Quarter:March 21, 1992
Second Quarter:May 21, 1992
Third Quarter: July 24, 1992
Fourth Quarter: September 11, 1992
First Quarter: December 15, 1992
Second Quarter: March 19, 1993
Third Quarter: July 16, 1993
Fourth Quarter: October 12, 1993
First Quarter:1994; December 18, 1993
First Quarter: February 14, 1994
Second Quarter: April 22, 1994
Third Quarter: September 25, 1994
First Quarter: January 5, 1995
First Quarter: February 10, 1995
Second Quarter: March 30, 1995
Second Quarter: June 6, 1995
Third Quarter: July 26, 1995
Third Quarter: September 24, 1995
Fourth Quarter: November 25, 1995
First Quarter: January, 1996
Second Quarter: April, 1996
Second Quarter: April 28, 1996
Third Quarter: June 18, 1996
Third Quarter: August 7, 1996
Fourth Quarter: October 2, 1996
Second Quarter: June 3, 1997
Third Quarter: September 29, 1997
First Quarter:January 30, 1998
Second Quarter: June 19, 1998
Third Quarter: September 20, 1998
First Quarter:January 16, 1999
Second Quarter: May 9, 1999
Fourth Quarter: October 8, 1999
January/ February, 2000
March/ April 2000
May/ June, 2000
July/ August, 2000
September/ October, 2000
November/ December, 2000
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G7 Books Canadian Dollar Chaos By William B.Z. Vukson

G7 Books Canadian Dollar Chaos By William B.Z. Vukson

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Published by Bruce MacLean
Trading at a premium to the U.S. Dollar in the early 1970s, it was not until the Bretton Wood system of pegged exchange rates collapsed under the strain of the Viet Nam war in 1972, that brought a sudden state of chaos to the historical relationship between the two North American dollars.
Canadian Dollar Chaos is a ten year report on then current happenings in the Currency markets and the Economy of one of the G•7 nations during the explosive years of the 90's as drawn from the pages of The G•7 Report
© William B.Z. Vukson
To order go to www.g7books.com
Trading at a premium to the U.S. Dollar in the early 1970s, it was not until the Bretton Wood system of pegged exchange rates collapsed under the strain of the Viet Nam war in 1972, that brought a sudden state of chaos to the historical relationship between the two North American dollars.
Canadian Dollar Chaos is a ten year report on then current happenings in the Currency markets and the Economy of one of the G•7 nations during the explosive years of the 90's as drawn from the pages of The G•7 Report
© William B.Z. Vukson
To order go to www.g7books.com

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