The Dollar Got Roughed Up Last Year

Author: , Post Date: January 14, 2018

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The dollar fell some 10% against a basket of currencies last year, the first annual decline in five years.

Where’s the greenback heading?
David Kotok – Chairman and chief investment officer, Cumberland Advisors 

“The dollar is in the cross hairs of conflicting forces: central banks normalizing or not normalizing conflicts with accelerating U.S. growth. Rising federal deficits conflict with Fed balance-sheet shrinkage. There’s no way to know about dollar strength versus weakness.”

Read the full article at Barron’s

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