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  1. US Government says it will no longer support a strong dollar policy
  2. Yen, Yaun, and Euro rise
  3. Stock markets tumble on fear for exports to the US
  4. Yet sterling strenghthens???
  5. And gold slides???

How come?

If anything, this may the start of a long slide in not just the US but all currencies, as they attempt to inflate the value of the Euro, Sterling and others vs. the dollar to protect exports.

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