Dollar Doldrums Alone Won't Force The Fed To Tighten

There's an old rule in currency intervention: Don't try to row upstream. On June 24, the Federal Reserve and 16 other central banks spent more than $3 billion trying to prop up the U.S. dollar against market forces determined to send it the other way. As usual, the market won.

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