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Dollar Climbs As Russia Says No Alternative To U.s. Currency

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Well, nobody seems to have posted this yet, so here it goes:

http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=206...id=af1g3mT4sMcg

June 15 (Bloomberg) -- The dollar rose the most in a week against the euro after Russia’s Finance Minister Alexei Kudrin said the nation has full confidence in the U.S. currency.

The greenback advanced against 15 of the 16 major currencies as Kudrin said in an interview on June 13 that it was too early to speak of an alternative to the world’s reserve currency.

Over to you, NWO prophets ;)

Edited by VoteWithYourFeet

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Is that a bit like the P.M. saying he has every confidence in his Chancellor shortly before he gives him the boot.

:lol:

more likely he was told to say it :ph34r:

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:D

watch what they do, not what they say. :P

Sure, but you just said that £ will join the Euro before chrimbo - so which is it going to be, Euro or Ameroyen? <_<

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