Shepherd, Bill
August 2003
Investment Dealers' Digest;8/11/2003, Vol. 69 Issue 32, p26
Trade Publication
Focuses on the status of dollar and its impact on foreign exchange trading in the U.S. as of August 11, 2003. Comparison of dollar with Euro and other currencies; Percentage deficit in the U.S. account; Reason behind the decline in dollars as compared to other currencies.


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