By: Jim Scherrer
For more than 50 years, the de facto world currency has been the US dollar with many of the world currencies being pegged against it (some countries have even eliminated their own currencies in favor of the US dollar). As an example, Canadians feel a sense of wealth when the Canadian dollar is on par with the US dollar; the opposite when the Canadian dollar devalues to .70 US dollar, i.e., when the Canadian dollar will purchase only 70 cents worth of US goods and services. The following graph shows how the Canadian dollar has strengthened from $.77 US to $.96 US or by 25% during just the past seven months.
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