WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) -- The House of Representatives ramped up pressure on China Wednesday to boost the value of its currency, with U.S. lawmakers approving legislation that could lead to duties on Chinese exports considered unfairly cheap because of undervalued currency. House lawmakers voted 348 to 79 in favor of the bill, which supporters say will help American industries hurt by China's undervalued currency. With a national unemployment rate of 9.6%, there's pressure on U.S. lawmakers facing upcoming elections to show action on jobs. The trade deficit with China is expected to displace more than 500,000 U.S. jobs in 2010, analysts say. http://www.marketwatch.com/story/cu...in-house-of-representatives-2010-09-29-185590 The fun has just started. I smell high currency vola opportunities across the board. Fasten your seat belts !