Cycles, structures and the dollar

Many observers are concerned about the long-term future of the dollar and attribute the current weakness to structural problems. Earlier this year, a fixed-income manager of one of the biggest funds in the world warned that the dollar’s global benchmark status was ending. Others say the accounting scandals have undermined foreign investors’ confidence in the US shareholder model of capitalism. And other would-be soothsayers warn that foreign appetite for US assets has been satiated.


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