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    More job growth

    [QUOTE]In October, total employment increased by 437,000 to 145.3 million, and the employment-population ratio edged up to 63.3 percent. The civilian labor force, at 152.0 million, was about unchanged in October;[/QUOTE]
    [URL=ftp://ftp.bls.gov/pub/news.release/History/empsit.11032006.news] source [/URL]

    That means 11.8 million jobs have been created since the end of the Clinton Recession in Jan '02.

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    Meaningless to the media until January.

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    can someone explain why the American Dollar was worth about $1.50 in Canadian back in 2000 now it is worth $1.10

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    [QUOTE=Renaissance10]can someone explain why the American Dollar was worth about $1.50 in Canadian back in 2000 now it is worth $1.10[/QUOTE]


    Deflation.

    Go to Europe. The dollar's exchange rate is much worse there.

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    [QUOTE=sourceworx]Deflation.

    Go to Europe. The dollar's exchange rate is much worse there.[/QUOTE]

    Deflation in Canada? Maybe with commodities after the recent run-up

    There's no doubt the dollar is weakening overall

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