Imagine that you have $2.8 trillion sitting around. And for kicks, let’s assume that most of that money, about two-thirds, is invested in U.S. dollars and other dollar-denominated assets like U.S. Treasury bonds.
And let’s assume that your currency was linked to the U.S. dollar, too. In other words, you often buy dollars to maintain a stable value relative to the buck.
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Falling USD to Boost US Stock Markets and Consumer Spending