Tuesday, August 11, 2015

China Devalues Yuan

Well, you heard it hear first....

The news from last night: China changes direction

The next question is what this does to the calculations of the U.S. Federal Reserve and their intents regarding interest rate hikes in the U.S.

Do we want to appreciate our currency and thus enable increased imports of goods from China with the understanding that that means less domestic production.

Do we continue the currency war, or do we unilaterally disarm. I don't sense an attitude of unilateral disarmament in the U.S. these days.....


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