Which is Better: A Strong or Weak Dollar?

Which is Better A Strong or Weak Dollar For many years it was generally believed that a strong currency be it a dollar yen or pound was in the best interest of a country In recent years the idea of a strong currency has been less support

  • Title: Which is Better: A Strong or Weak Dollar?
  • Author: Charles Rarick
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 213
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • For many years it was generally believed that a strong currency, be it a dollar, yen, or pound was in the best interest of a country In recent years the idea of a strong currency has been less supported, especially after the global financial crisis of 2008 Long standing economic theories have been challenged as the global currency market does not appear to be functiFor many years it was generally believed that a strong currency, be it a dollar, yen, or pound was in the best interest of a country In recent years the idea of a strong currency has been less supported, especially after the global financial crisis of 2008 Long standing economic theories have been challenged as the global currency market does not appear to be functioning in the manner predicted by the theories This case explores the question of whether a strong or weak dollar is good policy for the United States.

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