So, in the financial world, you should know by now that most--if not all--the world is watching Greece and whether they'll be able to "dig themselves out" of their latest conundrum, which is the "Zero Hour" that seems imminent this coming Tuesday. On that note, several financiers have been proffering that the US dollar will neither progress nor decline, until Greece makes a move. On the one hand, this seems like a good statement for the stability of the US dollar, in that it seems to have a "fixed position" on the financial market pending the Greek economy's movement, but there is also the obvious desire for it to trend upward rather than staying in one stagnant position. Also, is Greece the only factor that we have to look out for? I'm considering also the rapid and sudden decline of the Japanese Yen, as well as the ever competitive Australian dollar (though not as competitive as the US dollar, of course). What are your thoughts on this?