Data Round-Up: Dollar Appreciation Having Little to No Effect on Trade Prices

posted by Michael Lewis on October 10, 2014

Found in US, categorized in Currencies

Tags: US dollar import export

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Fueled by signs of weakness in China, Europe and Japan and by anticipation of Fed tightening starting next year, the broad (nominal) trade-weighted dollar has ‘surged’ to a 5-year high, up about 8% since early 2013.


FMI’s analysis of recent US dollar movements and today’s September Import and Export Prices.

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