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The U.S. dollar's safe haven status may be in question, but it's intact for now
It's all about trust in a stable U.S. economy.
The U.S. trade deficit: is it as simple as Trump says?
Republican front runner says it's all about winners and losers. But is it?
$1.7 trillion in 'foreign' corporate cash held in U.S. banks
A report in the Wall Street Journal reveals that $1.7 trillion in "foreign" cash is being held in U.S. banks.
China, Brazil forge currency swap deal
With consumer demand still sluggish in the U.S. and Europe, China is looking elsewhere for new customers to places like Brazil. In fact, this week China and Brazil agreed to a landmark deal that avoids using the U.S. dollar.
Video: Barry Eichengreen on the Post-Dollar World
As the artist formerly known as Puff Daddy rapped, it's all about the Benjamins. That's $100 bills, and there are more of them in circulation...