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2010 September 16, 00:04:22 by pipedija

Japan to yen: ‘Whoa!’

Japan’s government takes steps to slow the appreciation of the yen, after it hit a fresh 15-year high against the dollar.


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Currency market signals about the Lithuanian basketball victory

2010 September 10, 17:26:39 by Currency market signals about the Lithuanian basketball victory

Currency market share the basic analysis and technical indicators suggest that victory at 2010 FIBA World Championship in Turkey semi-final Lithuania vs United States Basketball team will win Lithuanian game style.

"Match outcome prediction is based on a euro / US dollar currency pair exchange rate volatility, the U.S. and European economic situation analysis. These data were collated with the basketball team statistics. We hope that it will be more accurate than the predictions of Smartass giraffes"- says Forex.LT team.

Via Market News



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2010 September 8, 17:04:40 by pipedija

Tarpley: ‘US tries to destroy Euro’

China’s ownership of the United States government debt has dropped to the lowest level in at least a year, Treasury data showed, in a sign Beijing is increasingly keen to diversify out of US bonds. Webster Tarpley says that China is diversifying and has moved onto the Euro and Yen. He adds that the US was trying to shift the depression onto Europe, trying to destroy the Euro with a speculative attack on Greece, Spain, Portugal, etc.


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Reblogged from brianjcarney 2010 September 4, 20:10:49 by pipedija

1 U.S. dollar = 0.65099928 British pounds

When did this happen?
Via brianjcarney

1 U.S. dollar = 0.65099928 British pounds

When did this happen?

Via brianjcarney


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2010 August 5, 16:20:44 by pipedija

Money Origami

At Mint, we have a saying that money is for living. But for some people, it appears that dollar bills are more than a tool for enabling life’s necessities and luxuries: they are a tool, literally, to create art.

Via Mint.com


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