By Turnpike
#345522
Sorry, the graph did not get recognized. If you read it left to right you will get the idea. Our nations currency is in the negative. When hyper inflation gets here, the debating will then stop.

World Value of the Dollar
Find Historical Data | WHAT'S THIS? Friday, April 15, 2011
Rates of exchange for the U.S. dollar against various currencies, based on foreign-exchange quotations from Reuters. Unless otherwise noted, all rates listed are middle rates of interbank bid and asked quotes. A positive year-to-date change means the dollar has strengthened against this currency so far this year and will purchase more of this currency; a negative figure means it has weakened.
PER U.S. $
Country Currency Apr. 15 Apr. 8 YTD% chg
Algeria dinar 71.760 71.579 -3.6
Angola readj kwanza 93.273 93.272 0.8
Benin CFA frc.‡ 454.69 455.96 -7.3
Botswana pula 6.5125 6.4308 0.9
Burkina Faso CFA frc.‡ 454.69 455.96 -7.3
Burundi franc 1230 1230 0.6
Cameroon CFA frc.‡‡ 454.69 454.56 -6.9
Cape Verde Isl escudo 76.435 76.260 -8.1
Cntrl Afr Rep CFA frc.‡‡ 454.69 454.56 -6.9
Chad CFA frc.‡‡ 454.69 454.56 -6.9
Comoros franc 340.88 344.73 -7.5
Dem Rep Congo Con. frc. 925.00 926.00 1.9
Congo CFA frc.‡‡ 454.69 454.56 -6.9
Djibouti franc 174.65 174.65 -0.7
Egypt pound 5.9584 5.9655 2.6
Eqtrl Guinea CFA frc.‡‡ 454.69 454.56 -6.9
Ethiopia birr 16.8335 16.8190 1.2
Gabon CFA frc.‡‡ 454.69 454.56 -6.9
Gambia dalasi 28.000 27.750 unch.
Ghana new cedi 1.5145 1.5110 1.9
Guinea Bissau CFA frc.‡ 454.69 455.96 -7.3
Guinea Rep franc 6445 6625 -8.6
Ivory Coast CFA frc.‡ 454.69 455.96 -7.3
Kenya shilling 83.800 83.750 3.8
Lesotho maloti 6.8050 6.6500 2.7
Liberia Liberia $ 71.050 71.250 2.2
Libya dinar 1.200 1.214 -4.1
Madagascar M. ariary 1970 1980 -7.8
Malawi kwacha 151.25 151.54 -0.2
Mali Rep CFA frc.‡ 454.69 455.96 -7.3
Mauritania ouguiya 273.00 283.00 -3.5
Mauritius rupee 27.700 28.000 -8.6
Morocco dirham 7.8466 7.8478 -6.1
Mozambique metical 25860 25860 unch.
Namibia dollar 6.8052 6.6476 2.8
Nigeria naira 155.125 154.350 2.1
Rwanda franc 600.00 599.50 1.4
Reunion, Ile de la euro 0.693 0.692 -7.3
Saint Helena pound 0.613 0.610 -4.2
Sao Tome & Prncp dobra 17000 17135 -7.1
Senegal CFA frc.‡ 454.69 455.96 -7.3
Seychelles rupee 12.10 12.15 -1.8
Sierra Leone leone 4295 4345 2.4
Somalia shilling* 1600 1600 -0.3
South Africa rand† 6.8074 6.6489 2.7
Sudan second pound 2.6790 2.6797 7.0
Swaziland lilangeni 6.8050 6.6500 2.7
Tanzania shilling 1500 1505 1.4
Togo, Rep CFA frc.‡ 454.69 455.96 -7.3
Tunisia dinar 1.372 1.369 -2.2
Uganda shilling 2370 2350 1.2
Zambia kwacha 4710 4700 -1.9
Zimbabwe dollar 379.60 379.60 n.a.
Americas
Argentina peso 4.067 4.049 2.4
Belize dollar 1.985 1.960 1.3
Bermuda dollar 1.000 1.000 unch.
Bolivia boliviano** 7.010 7.010 unch.
Brazil real 1.5768 1.5713 -5.0
Canada dollar 0.9602 0.9573 -3.7
Chile peso 470.810 469.925 0.6
Colombia peso 1798.24 1817.52 -6.3
Costa Rica colon 496.70 499.70 -1.5
Ecuador US$ 1.000 1.000 unch.
El Salvador colon† 8.748 8.748 unch.
Falkland Islands pound 0.6130 0.6115 -4.4
French Guiana euro 0.6931 0.6917 -7.3
Greenland Dan. krone 5.1706 5.1573 -7.2
Guatemala quetzal 7.6265 7.6705 -4.9
Guyana dollar 204.95 204.95 0.2
Honduras Rep lempira 18.890 18.895 unch.
Mexico peso 11.6673 11.7316 -5.4
Nicaragua cordoba oro 22.192 22.171 1.4
Panama balboa 1.000 1.000 unch.
Paraguay guarani† 4125 4085 -11.2
Peru nuevo sol† 2.8209 2.7980 0.5
Saint Pierre euro 0.6931 0.6917 -7.3
Suriname dollar 3.30 3.30 20.2
Uruguay peso 18.94 18.94 -4.7
Venezuela bolivar fuerte† 4.2946 4.2946 unch.
Asia
Armenia dram 368.25 374.00 2.6
Azerbaijan manat 0.7953 0.7953 -0.6
Bahrain dinar 0.3770 0.3770 unch.
Bangladesh taka 72.850 72.850 3.2
Bhutan ngultrum 44.335 44.078 -0.8
Brunei dollar 1.2453 1.2570 -3.1
Cambodia riel 3960 3965 -1.7
China yuan 6.5326 6.5353 -0.9
Hong Kong dollar 7.7744 7.7711 unch.
India rupee 44.287 44.092 -0.9
Indonesia rupiah 8666 8651 -3.8
Iran rial 10425 10425 0.7
Israel shekel 3.419 3.436 -3.0
Japan yen 83.084 84.846 2.3
Jordan dinar 0.7078 0.7088 -0.1
Kazakhstan tenge 145.35 145.41 -1.4
Korea, North won 130.000 130.000 unch.
Korea, South won 1088 1082 -3.0
Kuwait dinar 0.2764 0.2766 -1.8
Laos, People DR kip 8050 8045 unch.
Lebanon pound 1502 1502 0.1
Macau pataca 8.008 8.001 unch.
Malaysia ringgit†† 3.0230 3.0221 -2.0
Maldives rufiyaa 12.800 12.800 unch.
Mongolia tugrik 1200 1203 -2.7
Myanmar kyat 6.435 6.435 unch.
Nepal rupee 70.930 70.510 -0.8
Oman sul rial 0.385 0.385 unch.
Pakistan rupee 84.175 84.962 -1.8
Philippines peso 43.253 42.900 -0.9
Qatar rial 3.6413 3.6412 unch.
Saudi Arabia riyal 3.7509 3.7495 unch.
Singapore dollar 1.243 1.257 -3.2
Sri Lanka rupee 110.40 110.40 -0.5
Syria pound 47.480 47.500 1.3
Taiwan dollar 28.9939 28.9268 -0.6
Thailand baht 30.139 30.030 0.2
UAE dirham 3.672 3.672 unch.
Vietnam dong 20893 20830 7.2
Yemen rial 214.50 214.50 0.2
The Caribbean
Antigua E Carib $ 2.685 2.685 unch.
Aruba florin 1.790 1.790 unch.
Bahamas dollar 1.00 1.00 unch.
Barbados dollar 1.990 1.990 unch.
Cayman Islands dollar 0.810 0.810 unch.
Cuba peso 1.000 1.000 unch.
Dominica E Carib $ 2.685 2.685 unch.
Dominican Rep peso 37.815 37.730 1.2
Grenada E Carib $ 2.685 2.685 unch.
Guadeloupe euro 0.6931 0.6917 -7.3
Haiti gourde 40.350 40.350 1.5
Jamaica dollar 85.380 85.280 0.2
Martinique euro 0.6931 0.6917 -7.3
Montserrat E Carib $ 2.685 2.685 unch.
Nethrld Antilles guilder 1.750 1.750 unch.
Puerto Rico US$ 1.00 1.00 unch.
St Christopher E Carib $ 2.685 2.685 unch.
St Lucia E Carib $ 2.685 2.685 unch.
St Vincent E Carib $ 2.685 2.685 unch.
Trinidad & Tobago dollar 6.380 6.380 0.1
Turks & Caicos US$ 1.00 1.00 unch.
Virgin Islands US$ 1.00 1.00 unch.
Europe
Albania lek 98.385 98.225 -5.4
Belarus ruble 3053 3051 1.7
Bosnia Herzog c. mark 1.359 1.360 -6.9
Bulgaria lev 1.3557 1.3527 -7.3
Croatia kuna 5.0816 5.0940 -7.7
Czech Republic koruna 16.801 16.909 -10.2
Denmark krone 5.1706 5.1573 -7.2
Euro Zone euro 0.6931 0.6917 -7.3
Faeroe Isl Dan. krone 5.1706 5.1573 -7.2
Gibraltar pound 0.6130 0.6115 -4.4
Hungary forint 185.185 182.116 -11.0
Iceland krona 113.165 112.345 -1.5
Latvia lat 0.4916 0.4904 -7.4
Liechtenstein S. franc 0.8924 0.9092 -4.5
Lithuania lita 2.3934 2.3880 -7.4
Macedonia denar 42.690 42.640 -8.9
Moldova leu 11.512 11.650 -5.2
Norway krone 5.3735 5.3996 -7.8
Poland zloty 2.7360 2.7405 -7.7
Romania new leu 2.8385 2.8445 -10.5
Russia ruble 28.137 28.003 -8.0
Serbia dinar 70.325 70.165 -11.3
Sweden krona 6.1920 6.2112 -7.9
Switzerland franc 0.8924 0.909 -4.5
Turkey new lira 1.514 1.511 -1.8
Ukraine hryvnia 7.9725 7.9670 0.1
U.K. pound sterling 0.6137 0.6111 -4.3
Oceania
Australia dollar 0.9468 0.9492 -3.2
Fiji dollar 1.7577 1.7857 -3.1
Guam US$ 1.00 1.00 unch.
Kiribati AUS$ 0.9468 0.9492 -3.2
Nauru Island AUS$ 0.9468 0.9492 -3.2
New Zealand dollar 1.2508 1.2786 -2.6
Papua New Guinea kina 2.4792 2.4891 -1.2
Pitcairn Island NZ$ 1.2508 1.2786 -2.6
Samoa, American US$ 1.00 1.00 unch.
Samoa, Western tala 2.3310 2.3310 1.7
Solomon Islands dollar 7.719 7.728 -0.7
Tonga Islands pa'anga 1.7732 1.8029 -1.7
Vanuatu vatu 93.11 92.76 -0.2
By Phaedrus
#345523
Turnpike wrote:Thank you Phaedrus, I'm not a good typer/computer person. Your post is a leftist web sight, which will say anything to make the king of leftist look like he is on top. We could go back and forth posting left or right web sights arguing a subject such as popularity, which still is subject to opinion. So, only two faults? Thank you Phaedrus for your approval on all the rest, not that I was looking for your approval, but it is nice to read.



Sorry, but I am not approving of the rest of your post and I don't see where you provided evidence of your statement about our international approval ratings.
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By Boro Friend
#345524
paesano wrote:That's all that Hope & Change!

Hope is for that Obama can bamboozle the American people
&
Change well it stands for The dollar is going to be worthless...

~P


It is not about Obama and never was. He is just the current by -product from the progressive agenda. It is about a competing phliosophy of how we live our lives. Do you beleive in government or the individual ? Do you beleive that God gives you your rights or is it the government that dictates them for you ? Do you beleive in one world government or the sovereignty of a nation that gives you complete independence and self government? Do you beleive in the freedom and liberty to live your life the way you want or do you prefer the oppresion and tyrannical setting of socialism or Maxism ? Do you want to work hard, play by the rules and create a life for yorself or do want to live it according to the all mighty government? Would you rather decide how to spend and donate your hard earned money or is that the government's job to redistrubute the wealth according to their self proclaimed wisdom? Do we want elected officals obligated to the U.N. or are our elected officals obligated to U.S. citizens?

We are the hope and change we are lookng for. Sorry but it is really that simple. Don't let anyone tell you that it is more compilcated because it's not.When these questions get asked out in the open and straight up I think the answers are pretty simple, at least for most of us.
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By Boro Friend
#345526
Stinky Pete wrote:BF: I don't agree with you, but I respect you. You think for yourself. You don't need spam emails or YouTube videos to tell you what you should think.


We should all think for ourself. We just need to be honest with each other .
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By pinkie1978
#345527
Stinky Pete wrote:BF: I don't agree with you, but I respect you. You think for yourself. You don't need spam emails or YouTube videos to tell you what you should think.

Sometimes you need to prove a/or/your point.
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By Boro Friend
#345529
Phaedrus wrote:BF paints a picture of intolerance. His whole post is either/or, black/white. He is unwilling to coexist in the middle.


LOL ,You really take the cake there pal...There is no middle ground to blessings,freedom and opportunity . You want to max all three out the best you can. What we lost we will get back. . But you know what Phaedrus, it's not prison and planes and ships leave for all over the world everyday.I can see you now arguing at the airport or seaport when everyone else is trying to get into the country and you're telling everyone once again just how right you are while trying to get out..
By Phaedrus
#345530
I'm not arguing a middle ground to blessings, freedom and opportunity. I'm arguing that your view of how to get there is one-sided. I'm also suggesting that you consider any deviation from your opinion to be extremism.
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