A worker displays US dollar and euro notes at a money exchange company in Peshawar, Pakistan, in August 2017. The euro is under strain from the euro-zone’s weak economy. Meanwhile, the dollar has also surged in relation to emerging market currencies. Photo: EPA
Nicholas Spiro
Opinion

Opinion

Nicholas Spiro

The US dollar will continue its triumphant run – unless central banks and the American economy change course

As long as the US economy continues to outperform its peers and central banks around the world take a more dovish stance than the Federal Reserve, the dollar will remain strong

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A worker displays US dollar and euro notes at a money exchange company in Peshawar, Pakistan, in August 2017. The euro is under strain from the euro-zone’s weak economy. Meanwhile, the dollar has also surged in relation to emerging market currencies. Photo: EPA
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