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This week the dollar and equities have fallen after the Federal Reserve revised down its growth outlook and increased its unemployment projections. But this highly sensitive issue might tucky away at the dollar, as witnessed by the attention given to reports this week that trade between Brazil and China might soon be transacted in real and renminbi. Walther Turner, at ING Capital, says the US went into the financial crisis with a worse debt to gross domestic product ratio than the UK � 63 per cent against 44 per cent � and most organisations, including the International Monetary Fund and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, expect the US ratio to hit 100 per cent before the UK.
 
 
 
 
 
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