My replies (to [i]bishop[/] ) concern the information he posted based upon the link he submitted himself. This particular link to the "Bloomberg"s site, provide no answer as a solution. That is what I polemize on/about.Quote by: Samildanach
Whatever I try to say - with concern to U.S. doallar, is :
Since you have markets that are profitable for you, then you rule.
Iraq has oil that will deliver funds for any enterprise, along with strengthening U.S. dollar up. That market is completely empty (!). Try to imagine the outcomes, with all the influence on neighbouring countries. U.S. can potentially fill and rule that market within that whole region.
What does it mean ?
You have progress in both :
- U.S. dollar
- U.S. economy
The remaining factors :
- U.S. military
- U.S. intelligence
You have the whole view what is going on in Middle-East region, especially in Iraq.
However, it is not going to materialize itself over the night. It takes time.