Monday, April 23, 2007


What's hot? Loonies and dongs

The Canadian dollar (the loonie) is approaching parity with the U.S. dollar with a rise to 89.05 cents at close on Friday. Though the U.S. dollar lost against most major currencies, the loonie showed the greatest gain. It's up 6% since February, which wouldn't have been a bad return on those devaluing US dollars.

Meanwhile, dong derivatives are heating up, and a stronger, more robust dong is forecast. Think about it. Then you decide.

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Something you should know about your dollars (9/24/04)


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