Dollar Rally to Have Only Modest Impact on Inflation, Trade

posted by Michael Lewis on October 23, 2014

Found in US, categorized in Currencies

Tags: dollar inflation currency

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The dollar has risen noticeably against major currencies recently. This has led some FOMC members and private analysts to speculate that the stronger dollar could slow the US expansion and reduce import prices and hence ease domestic inflation.


FMI’s commentary on the likely (very modest) effects of the dollar’s recent appreciation.

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