Apple iPad mini and Air get shocking price increases despite being exactly the same

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This is largely the result of the currency exchange world. 2 years ago, the symbol DXY (the dollar’s exchange against a basket of currencies: Pound, Euro, Yen, Swiss Franc) was about .93 cents. Today the dollar is at about 1.13 on DXY. That’s about a 22% rise of the dollar.
Provided returns on bonds/treasuries are yielding 2 to 4+ percent and the stock market is continued to be viewed with too much bearish risk, the dollar-bonds-treasuries is attracting greater investment $$$ (4+% per year on a 30 year treasury, could it see 5??). American companies and those international entities that work in dollars (Petroleum) will see prices rise in countries that the dollar has been dominating.
 

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