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What dollar – euro parity means for domain names

Exchange rates matter in the domain market. I just returned from a vacation in Paris, and it seemed like everything was on sale. No, not because all of the windows had stickers promoting soldes. It’s because my currency — the U.S. dollar — hit parity with Europe’s currency — the euro — last week. It’s […]

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Strong dollar might present buying opportunity for domains

Make that offer to domain owners outside the U.S. again because it might seem like a better deal to them. Despite a recent pullback, the U.S. dollar has strengthened this year. This might give domain buyers whose assets are in greenbacks some good buying opportunities. At the beginning of the year, it took $1.13 to […]

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