Could I get an explanation (as free of political bias and buy-gold-and-ammo hysterics as possible) of how the unraveling of the Euro would go down, how such an unraveling would affect the rich and poor nations of the EU, and what economic impact it would have on the US economy?
posted by dw
on Dec 3, 2011 -
Economics filter: I'm sitting on a lot of Korean won
. I want to buy US dollars (practically, I'd do a wire transfer from my Korean bank acount to my US one). Given that the Republican Party might ruin the US economy out of sheer spite, how should I time this transfer to maximize my personal profit re: a beneficial exchange rate (weak USD, stable/strong-ish Korean won
)? [more inside]
posted by bardic
on Jul 27, 2011 -
If you were visiting Europe in mid-August, would it make sense to exchange US dollars now? I'm worried about the dollar tanking against the Euro in light of a possible default and the remaining parade of economic horrors.
posted by cedar
on Jul 16, 2011 -
How can individuals have the greatest impact in weakening or destabilising a particular country economically? [more inside]
posted by mary8nne
on May 7, 2008 -
Is there such a thing as a currency-neutral measure of the price of a commodity? [more inside]
posted by Nelson
on Nov 7, 2007 -
Economics question. Why is it problematic for a country like China to peg its currency to the dollar?
posted by ph00dz
on May 5, 2004 -