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EHankins:  IMO... this possibility does not surprise me at all. With two plus years into Trump's presidency we come together on our nation's greatest celebration of freedom. Nearly everything that our president has promised the citizens of this nation has become a reality.

And now that Trump has the nation's ear on this day of Celebration 4th of July what a perfect time of opportunity for the world to see a coming together where the world receives goodness from hard work and good decisions instead of War and fear of the future.

I don't know if our blessing will be a part of the 4th of July but if it is I can't help but think of the Endless blessings that will flow out and literally touch every single person in the United States and into the world.

SunnySandy:  That is my understanding too and I pray it comes true! If we do not see what we hope for and want.... I believe it will be for a good and valid reason why we needed to wait a little longer! Mechanism for the Global Economy are READY TO GO! I thank God for this opportunity.

Currency Wars and How They Work With Examples
Why Global Currency Wars Aren't as Dangerous as They Sound
By Kimberly Amadeo  Updated June 25, 2019
A currency war is when a country's central bank uses expansionary monetary policy to deliberately lower the value of its national money. The strategy is also called competitive devaluation.
In 2010, Brazil's Finance Minister Guido Mantega coined the phrase currency wars. He was describing the competition between China, Japan, and the United States to have the lowest currency value. His country's currency was suffering from a record-high value, hurting its economic growth.