The problem with economy, and at the same time the benefit, is that everything is linked. Like the China example showed us, it's not because it's a non-West country who falls that it doesn't affect us. So, same thing about USD/EUR. In the late 2014, USD started to get stronger while the EUR started to get weaker. While the relationship between these two events are close, I think many things happened, so many that finally, there was events making USD stronger, while in Europe things happened to make EUR weaker, at the same time. So my question here isn't only a pool but a real question needing its answers: The story is, USD/EUR is at this rate because USD is getting stronger, or EUR is weaker, or both?