for readers tired of the doom and gloom prognoses of the us economy, making sense of the dollar looks at the many factors that affect the us dollar and the american economy and explains that both are stronger than people imagine.
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in the midst of financial doom and gloom, making sense of the dollar offers an opimistic assessment of the state of the world's most high-profile currency. has the greenback really lost its pre-eminent place in the world economy? not according to currency expert marc chandler, who explains why so many are - wrongly - pessimistic about both the dollar and the us economy.
the book examines the many factors - including trade deficits, the dollar's role in the world, globalization, capitalism and more - that affect the dollar and the us economy, and leads to the inescapable conclusion that both are much stronger than many people suppose.Über den Autor:
marc chandler, chief foreign exchange strategist at brown brothers harriman, has extensive experience in the currency markets. a prolific writer, he contributes to thestreet.com, the financial times and barron's, and appears on cnbc, bloomberg television and national news reports.
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