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  • elmojitogatico elmojitogatico Oct 22, 2010 10:21 AM Flag

    huge drop in book to bill better read stead

    President O vist was about Steve's health and Mr. President is trying to convince him and his employees that all should sign up for the SS health plan. Big company you know.

    Everybody looked to the book to bill as the big ca-junta, now it's the dollar. How does a weak dollar help or hurt aapl? Discussion?

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      Hewlett-Packard Co. (HPQ) has made available on its website its first tablet PC, becoming the latest computer maker to jump into the fray following Apple Inc.'s (AAPL) debut of the iPad earlier this year.

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      • 3# Balance of investment: When the US imports more than it exports, it means investors from other countries have to buy US assets to keep the dollar from falling. Simply stated, if the US imports more than it exports, foreign investors must buy dollar-denominated assets like bonds or treasury securities in order to offset the difference.

        4.# Budget deficit and national debt: The US government’s budget can affect the dollar’s value, too. If foreign investors see that the government is spending more money than it currently has, they know that it will be forced to borrow from future generations as well as from the private sector from foreign entities. The US national debt currently stands at $13 trillion and is growing by over $1 billion per day.

        6.# President’s popularity: Often, the popularity of the US president is tied to the value of the dollar. Experts debate whether or not the two have an effect on each other, but reports point out that "international investors like to a see a strong U.S. executive because they prefer a single national decider setting the agenda and fear a fractious, parochial Congress."

        19# Social Security: It’s apparent to Americans and foreigners alike that Social Security is a sinking ship that will only get worse with time. Clearly, this causes investors to lose faith in the US money management system, but when the US works to reform the program, some of this confidence is restored and the dollar can benefit.

 
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