Dollar weakening, but for how long?

The US's interest rate and FX policies continue to argue for dollar weakness in the near term. Fed officials have warned that foreign investors may eventually slow or stop purchases of US securities given the size of the US current account deficit. The 'measured' pace of rate hikes is allowing for a 'measured' US dollar decline.

The US administration appears to be happy to see its currency debased to help reduce global economic imbalances -- so long as this process is orderly. If recent

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