The U.S. Dollar: Still Going Down
You aren't planning a flight to Düsseldorf anytime soon. Yokohama isn't on your calendar, either. So should you care that the dollar has plunged in value against the euro, the yen, and other currencies? For sure. Because even a nation as big and relatively insulated as the U.S. is profoundly affected by changes in the value of its currency, in ways both good and bad.
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