Is sub-prime lending or deficit spending to blame for devaluation of the dollar?
I've heard that the United States owes substantial sums of money to not only the Chinese, but even Mexico as well. Has the devaluation of the dollar been brought about because of the debt the United States owes to the global economy? Or does devaluation of the U.S. dollar have more to do with the economic tremors felt by sub-prime lending write offs?
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