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Paige Fusco

The Graphic Truth: The 20-year euro vs. US dollar race

On Tuesday, the US dollar reached parity with the euro for the first time in 20 years. The euro's recent slump has a lot to do with high energy prices, fears of a looming EU-wide recession, and the European Central Bank dragging its feet on raising interest rates to tame inflation. Over the past two decades, though, 1 euro has consistently been worth more than 1 dollar because ... that's what the forex market decided, regardless of the strength comparison between the two economies. We take a look at how the euro has performed against the dollar since the EU launched the (physical) single currency on Jan. 1, 2002.

Does China’s Rise Have To Mean America’s Decline? | GZERO World with Ian Bremmer

Does China's rise have to mean America's decline?

The US and China are as wary of each other as they've ever been. But the Chinese think they are on the rise, while America is declining.

On this episode of GZERO World, Ian Bremmer talks to billionaire Ray Dalio, head of the world's largest hedge fund, who thinks rising US debt, a widening wealth gap among Americans, and the meteoric rise of China all play into Beijing's plans to overtake the US as a global superpower.

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Why "Cheap Money" Is Worrying Billionaire US Investor Ray Dalio | GZERO World

Why "cheap money" is worrying billionaire US investor Ray Dalio

Just days ago, the US national debt topped $30 trillion for the first time in history. Household debt jumped by $1 trillion last year, the most since 2007.

For Ray Dalio, the billionaire head of the world’s largest hedge fund, rising debt across the board is a big problem because it's increasingly widening the gap between all the money out there and what it can buy.

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