The U.S. dollar seems to burst out of range against major currencies, which has dominated since mid-September, with the exception of the Japanese yen and the Australian dollar.
was hard to expect a breakthrough, considering that the U.S. financial precipice and Spanish - Greek problems in Europe were not inevitable. However, the price action should be respected, especially if it took place in a direction that is consistent with the understanding of the fundamental background, that is - a strong dollar.Formal and informal research shows that many, if not most, it is expected that the financial break can be avoided, even at the last minute.
The financial break, usually understands Congress and can be avoided or mitigated. Failure to do this will have a significant impact. Congressional Budget Office warns that while the U.S. economy is expected sharp decline in the first half of next year, and although the economy will recover in the second half, the impact will be severe enough that the world's largest economy will be in recession next year. Unemployment back to 9%. Business sentiment showed that the financial precipice of great importance. Contrary to expectations, they did not seem to deter the recruitment decision. U.S. index is non-agricultural areas grew by an average of almost 157k this year and 170 million in the last three months.