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Against the Canadian dollar, the U.S. currency fell to $1.0018 from $0.9992 on Sept. 21, when it declined to a 31-year low of $1.0064.
The dollar fell to 115.10 yen at 12:35 p.m. in Tokyo from 115.50 late in New York on Sept. 21. It traded at $1.4101 against the euro from $1.4091 last week and a record low of $1.4120. Against the pound, the dollar reached $2.0266, the lowest since Sept. 13, from $2.0203. It may fall to $1.42 against the euro this week, Attrill said.
Originally posted by uberarcanist
Man, if I had a dollar for everytime America's financial death was prematurely predicted. Look at it this way, how are all the other countries faring in standard-of-living measures as compared to America? I would be worrying about the other countries and not America.