Capital Economics: History Shows That A Strong US Dollar Will Not Derail StocksMark Melin
A key concern among macroeconomic market participants has been the strong US dollar, with some viewing this as a negative catalyst towards the domestic stock market. This might not be the case, analysis from Capital Economics says. Looking at history since the 1970s, the report noted it was a rarity when a strong dollar by itself caused a stock market decline. Is this time different?
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