U.S. warns China over currency depreciation

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Varker wrote:

Usually China warns the USA. Seems the great US of A has its back against the wall and is now doing the opposite. The US has recently warned Russia as well. Many Americans are waking up to this rogue government.

Apr 07, 2014 8:48pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
sincitylife wrote:

Methinks the US should get its own house in order before seeking a scapegoat. The Chinese are simply more competitive than the US…and we Americans cry “foul”?
The real problem is bad money(credit/debt) is crowding out the good money(capitol/real debt-free assets). America is drowning in debt. We Americans are now a debtor nation…and China is our creditor. America must allow alternative currencies to be accepted as payment. This would truly be a free market. END THE FED!

Apr 07, 2014 9:56pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
RandomName2nd wrote:

There is absolutely no limit to the hypocrisy displayed by the US government. Anyone for some quantitative easing?

Apr 08, 2014 1:38am EDT  --  Report as abuse
tmc wrote:

What hypocrites we are.
I trust the Chinese to do the right thing for the world far more than the banksters of the west.

Apr 08, 2014 7:30am EDT  --  Report as abuse
jrj906202 wrote:

U.S. still leads the world,in creating salesmen.If the world ever figured out,what a phony bunch of salesmen(politicians) we have as leaders,the Dollar would crash.

Apr 08, 2014 11:57am EDT  --  Report as abuse
jrj906202 wrote:

U.S. still leads the world,in creating salesmen.If the world ever figured out,what a phony bunch of salesmen(politicians) we have as leaders,the Dollar would crash.

Apr 08, 2014 11:57am EDT  --  Report as abuse
stambo2001 wrote:

Now that is some cheeky, cheeky stuff. We’ve got the FED printing $60-85 BILLION per month to prop up the american dollar. We’ve got oil purchases FORCED to sell in american dollars backing up the dollar. We’ve got government bailout of failed corporations to prop up the American dollar. We’ve got western banks laundering drug money for decades and even centuries in some cases (HSBC). The USA is not in a position to lecture anyone on anything anymore.

Apr 08, 2014 12:28pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
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