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European Euro and Stocks Declined Report on Monday

Stock Market News
European stock exchanges suffered sharp decline on Monday (22 / 6) local time, followed by re-emergence of fear of the economic health of the world, said the dealer.
FTSE 100 index in London had fallen 2.57 percent to close at 4234.05 points while in Paris CAC 40 index lost 3.04 percent to end at [...]

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Rupiah decline agaisnt USD

Last week, Indonesian Rupiah was 9550/USD, then Monday opening October 6th, Rupiah declined significantly at 9600/USD. Yesterday is 9700/USD and now is 9625/USD (data taken from klikbca.com). Others currencies are also attacked by the American crisis storm. Why the storm is too scary?
To answer the question why Rupiah declined significantly, my friend put nice analysis [...]

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Indonesian Shrimp export tariff is ZERO

Chairman of GAPPINDO said that import tariff from shrimp (lobster) item to Japan is ZERO, decline from 1 percent. The free tariff is realized based from the deal between Indonesia and Japan. Indonesian exporters are happy now because free tariff increase their profit and this zero tariff indicates that international trade between ASEAN and outside [...]

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Live Desk Forex (Foreign Market Exchange)

Play Forex (Foreign Exchange Market Live Desk)
I was a stupid speculator. Stupid Speculation means I can’t do accurate analysis, perhaps the graph shows the trend and I follow it. I just want to find junk dollar from the surplus on big investors. When the trend shows down, I followed it. It’s hard to sharp your [...]

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Japanese Surplus On International Trade

How do Japanese do when Surplus Condition on International Trade
To continue my previous post ‘Floating Exchange Rate, Currency up and down, let us see how Japanese do to stabilize their money supply when surplus on international trade?
When surplus happened, that money didn’t entered to Japan, but let it outside as (foreign exchange) devise.
So [...]

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Floating Exchange Rate, Currencies Down and Up

An economic theory; why currencies up and down, fluctuate
Before I go on, let make sense with an assumption, the currency must floating exchange rate (no official exchange rate) so a simple illustration will works well.
Imagine there are two currencies, Yen Japan and Dollar (USD). Another assumption is no speculation motive.
For example, when Japan have surplus [...]

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