• To the batcave!
  • Up and down
  • Downhill by the looks of it. It's over $2 to the £ now.
  • 2-16-2017 Take a look at this picture to get the idea: Paper money has no value except that the government that printed it will accept it in payment of taxes. The value of one nation's paper money compared to another nation's paper money only depends on how much somebody wants one or the other. There are about two dozen nations whose exchange rates versus the US dollar are less than Monopoly money. The only honest answer to your question is zero. All paper monies are worth zero, and it is only a matter of time for everybody to figure out that fact.
  • Where ever the Federal Reserve Corporation wants it to go. The USA has no money. All the currency used by Americans is owned and value set by the Federal Reserve Corporation in violation of the US Constitution. The Federal Reserve Corp. is owned by the Rothschilds of the UK.

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