What's Behind the Dollar's Downslide?
The U.S. dollar plunged against other major currencies Thursday, dipping below 100 yen for the first time in 12 years. There were other signs of weakness — retail sales were down in February. Despite all this, the stock market closed higher.
What is wrong with a weaker dollar? How does it hurt us? And will the average American feel the weaker dollar?
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