Vital Signs for the Week of Mar. 7
At the end of last year, signs that the U.S. economy continued to chug along -- as other countries slowed down -- provided a reprieve for the sagging dollar. But new data on America's deficit duo of foreign trade and the federal budget may very well renew the downward pressure on the greenback.
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