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Posted Mar 22, '08 at 9:50pm

Kanzer

Kanzer

23 posts

The dollar keeps biting the dust to the euro and it's going on... I'm not very much onto economy but if this keeps going on what could be the effects, global-scale?

 

Posted Mar 22, '08 at 9:51pm

LiL_GaNgSta_BlAzE

LiL_GaNgSta_BlAzE

2,196 posts

Wow at first I thought this was giberish lol..

But anyway the effects of this could be vary bad depending on how you look at it.

 

Posted Mar 22, '08 at 10:01pm

Kanzer

Kanzer

23 posts

Yeah the title was supposed to be (symbol of euro) > $ but I guess the page didn't recognize the symbol.

 

Posted Mar 22, '08 at 10:33pm

GoldenCross

GoldenCross

74 posts

Haha I thought it was another language before I clicked on it.

The effects could get bad, since prices on just about everything in the U.S. just keep on rising anyway.

 

Posted Mar 23, '08 at 12:21pm

nick_coolhaha

nick_coolhaha

1,333 posts

Wait, I don't really understand? What's so bad about Europe's currency being worth more then ours? I don't see the problem.

 

Posted Mar 23, '08 at 12:30pm

23jtay

23jtay

32 posts

yea in europe gas is also $7 so it not really more than are but value wise yes

 

Posted Mar 23, '08 at 1:09pm

Calm

Calm

948 posts

Knight

well, technically the rise of Euro could, in the long run, provoke a total change in global economy. Euro will probably become the international reference (the $ is the actual reference).
ATM, loads of investors are investing in euro: it seems a secure value contrary to the dollar which sees its value fall daily!

 

Posted Mar 23, '08 at 2:40pm

Wesley107772

Wesley107772

26 posts

in the dutch we had dollar but in 2002 we got euro

 

Posted Mar 23, '08 at 2:50pm

Calm

Calm

948 posts

Knight

The countries thatb export petrol are considering changing their exchange currency from Us $ to Euro.
For exapmle Venezuela and Iran want to do it this year.

 

Posted Mar 23, '08 at 3:56pm

chiliad_nodi

chiliad_nodi

648 posts

Even canadian money is more powerful than the american dollar.