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Global Markets Update

12 June, 2019

Donald Trump, not the Fed, to blame for a strong dollar

Donald Trump’s assertion on Twitter yesterday that a “way too high” Fed interest rate was responsible for a “devalued” euro and other currencies against the dollar is wrong, at least when it comes to the ongoing rise of the greenback since the autumn. For some of this time, he has been the one to blame.

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