Main | Wednesday, November 07, 2007

Go Greyhound

New records were set yesterday when the U.S. dollar continued its decline against foreign currencies. The Canadian dollar, currently the strongest currency in the world (seriously) is now trading at $1.10, the Euro is $1.47, and the British pound is at a 26-year high at $2.10.

So much for foreign vacations this year, eh? Meanwhile, Manhattan is just swamped with international tourists taking advantage of the relatively cheap hotel rooms and electronics, so at least there's that.

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