Dollar Decline

Despite better growth in the US than in almost all other developed nations, counterintuitively the US dollar continues declining in value. It is primarily because the Fed has promised to keep rates where they are for a long time, even if inflation worsens. Moreover, despite positive nominal rates here, real inflation-adjusted rates are already more negative here than in Europe and Japan, despite negative nominal rates in both those places.

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