What in the world have you done to my dollar?

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I’m not even gone a week and my personnel costs have gone through the roof!

Cable at 1.65, AUD at 1.0750?  Are you kidding? This, my friends was not in the business plan…

Gerry and Sean are gonna have to give me the friends and family discount at these rates…

2011-04-21T17:19:43+0000

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Jamie Coleman

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  1. dollar got killed…but hey, your back just in time for the long weekend. Volume is very light, feels worse than a Firday.

  2. You should start paying them in Yuan ;) welcome back Jamie.

  3. It wasn’t me.
    Welcome back!

  4. Dollar schmoller – it’s been a horrible week – I’m going to get drunk ! Welcome back Jamie, maybe your presence will give the USD a much MUCH needed lift !

  5. Dollar is almost junk now – seems like no one wants it. Even the developing countries are looking for other avenues for reserve. Dollar is no longer a reserve currency. Congress in US are more worried about themselves rather than people. Unless Fed and congress get there acts right there will be some serious repercussions for this.

  6. Don’t count out the ole’ greenback! In my view, about to catch one hell of bid right here! http://s798.photobucket.com/albums/yy266/bigmillers/?action=view&current=eurusd.jpg

  7. I’m with Michael Miller on this one. Good research!

  8. Michael your research assistant is adorable :)

  9. Oh! lmaooo! I see what you’re talking about now, Annie! Thanks a lot!

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