read some where an OECD blip claiming that a 10% usd appreciation will mean -0.5% decline in its GDP
GVI Forex john 10:49:36 GMT - 10/07/2014
One thing changing for the U.S. is that it has STARTED to export oil. That was not legal until very recently. That could start to bring the trade accounts into balance and generate forex reserves.
Mtl JP 10:41:45 GMT - 10/07/2014
the crux is too much debt on which interest has gone exponentially parabolic. IF it were only matter of attracting capital central bankers would not freaking out by making keeping money at their banks at negative rates and threats of printing more to instill fear to spend it or lose purchasing power which is their combination effort to not just provide capital but make it "rotate" i.e. be deployed.
The current meme (theme) is currency war: competitive devalue currency on the claim that exports will somehow boost economic growth.
You want to refer to the link my 11:08 GMT October 5, 2014
World Policymakers to ponder how to sustain economic recovery : Reply
Austerity versus growth version 3.0 at G20/IMF - RTRS
Reuters' Mike Peacock claims that "it is not hard to guess how the debate will go"
Just do not expect bankers to publicly talk about how precarious debt on book is making their financial system. Just remember that mathematically there is no way for some economic growth to catch its ability to pay the interest let alone pay it down some.
Paris ib 09:39:08 GMT - 10/07/2014
But what is the FX conclusion of this report? The Euro area runs a current account surplus and a trade surplus. So obviously the external accounts are not a problem. The exchange rate is not this big deal then, despite what the French say.
The U.S. runs a trade deficit and a current account deficit. And while the jobs numbers suggest a recovery of sorts is under way the external accounts suggest a lower USD would have a positive impact on industry and jobs.
The crux of the matter seems to be: attracting capital. The U.S. relies on foreign capital flows and has done for decades.... The idea behind the general line of USD bullishness comes down to this: give us your money it won't go down in value - in fact you may gain on the exchange rate. And with the aim of attracting capital inflows the U.S. seems to be prepared to accept the negative impact on it trade and industry performance.
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