Weak dollar, strong economySteve Rosenbush
Oil prices are falling, job growth is surging, and the fiscal deficit is leveling off. It now appears that the economy is stronger than many people thought. But what about the weak dollar? A weak currency typically leads to higher inflation and interest rates, which can cause economic havoc. But the weak dollar hasn't caused a crisis yet, and there's no sign that it will. It actually may do the economy a lot of good, boosting jobs in the manufacturing sector and bringing the U.S. trade deficit down to a reasonable level.
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