what does it mean that the U.S. dollar is «falling»? Fall- ing from where?
No, dollar bills are not dropping out of the sky — although that would be pretty cool. It means that any money you have is fall- ing in value compared with the money used by other countries. A bit of math might help explain this. Let›s use Canada as an ex- ample, since lots of Americans go on vacation there. A year ago, if you traded 10 U.S. dollars for Canadian money, you would have received 14 Canadian dollars in return. Today, 10 U.S. dol- lars would get you about 10 Canadian dollars.
Who decides what the dollar is worth? How do they do it? Dollars are traded on markets the same way that football cards are swapped on the playground. Most children who collect football cards want at least one of Ronaldinho because the Brazilian is one of the world›s most famous footballers. But what if Ronaldinho started to play badly and couldn›t score goals any more? The other kids at school might feel that his card was worth less and want to trade it for one they thought was more valuable.
That is what›s happening to the dollar. People are worried that ادامهی خواندن
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