G-20 seeks to allay fear of currency war – latimes.com
They don’t even know if they want their currencies to be strong or weak. But they want them ‘free floating’, whatever that means. Last I heard, for example, the US wanted a strong dollar, and at the same time wanted China to move their currency higher vs the dollar. Sorry, but you can’t have it [...]

They don’t even know if they want their currencies to be strong or weak. But they want them ‘free floating’, whatever that means.

Last I heard, for example, the US wanted a strong dollar, and at the same time wanted China to move their currency higher vs the dollar.

Sorry, but you can’t have it both ways!

G-20 seeks to allay fear of currency war
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