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US Dollar Index - Sep 15 (DXU5)

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97.56 +0.24    +0.25%
13:09:25 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Financial Future
Month: Sep 15

  • Prev. Close: 97.32
  • Open: 97.33
  • Day's Range: 97.26 - 97.69
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Natty Light
Natty Light Aug 01, 2015 08:32PM GMT
Will a Puerto Rican default hit the dollar?
Bear Wu
Bear Wu Aug 02, 2015 04:00PM GMT
why isn't this 72 billions debt all over the news ? it should be pretty bad for US economy as a whole right ?.
WHITE DEVIL Aug 02, 2015 09:43PM GMT
The dollar and the U S will be just fine. Puerto Rico is way too small to have any effect. The dollar has nothing to worry about and is in a better position than any currency in the world with not even the chance of inflation even after the mass amount added to the market by the FED. World economies are all relative and the U S is king.
Natty Light
Natty Light Aug 02, 2015 10:53PM GMT
Apparently not...

KEG MEISTER Jul 31, 2015 05:03PM GMT
There is money to be made here one direction or another. Where the heck is everyone? Drinking Margaritas or Coronas on the beach? C'mon guys and gals.
KEG MEISTER Jul 31, 2015 05:04PM GMT
Summer EZ, eh? OK WD. Open a Becks for me, pleeeeze. I'll join ya! LOL
Derek Griffin
Derek Griffin Aug 02, 2015 08:08PM GMT

KEG MEISTER Jul 31, 2015 03:21PM GMT
It's always very interesting to me that more than one person can be right at any one time in trading. It's a matter of timing and rhythm. Arrogance -- the idea that one is right all the time is a detriment to trading. Open-mindedness is what one needs to be after. Being "present" to what is right in front of you every moment will get you where you want to go! Have a great weekend everyone! and a sense of humor won't hurt anyone.
KEG MEISTER Jul 31, 2015 04:54PM GMT
Plus, swing traders have a different approach than scalpers. I do both, but am almost always successful with swings, and my average with scalping *****
WHITE DEVIL Jul 31, 2015 04:55PM GMT
KM Yes that dip looks like a shake out of weak shorts to me. As you know I am A long term trader and at this point I see no reason for the dollar to move lower. Good to hear from you again I am taking the summer easy. LOL Have fun.
KEG MEISTER Jul 31, 2015 04:55PM GMT
So, with the censorship included, you can tell, I prefer swings over scalps as I do not have time to watch the screen all day. :-)
KEG MEISTER Jul 31, 2015 05:06PM GMT
I may see you back at S&P, WD. After school starts again. :-)
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