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23 April 2007  |     mail this article   |     print   |  
Steve Previs on the Amero, the possible successor of the dollar
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Trader Steve Previs from Jeffries International speaks on CNBC about the Amero, the possible successor of the U.S. dollar. Recorded on 27 November, 2006.
He predicts the Amero to have 'a big impact on everybody's life in Canada, the U.S. and Mexico'. Read more on the Amero and the North American Union in this article. Also see Lou Dobbs on the North American Union.
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