its, Agreed, let's see China plans.
Don't see much play out of the European currencies to inflate them into DDomland. They have a financial meeting coming up mid
Sept discussing conditions and German court hasn't seemed to be acting like wants to play ball over the Greek matter.
China was just pushing out some noises about how might be open for some soft money again if things stay weak. That reflects poorly down to the AUD. Not seeing an runs away from the buck.
Still a benchmark for lot of commods. And look at example of France's 75% income tax. Now really, who with any large money wouldn't dash for Manhattan.
There's lot more critical things to worry about for US.