Is a Strong Dollar Better than a Weak Dollar? (Page One Economics Classroom Edition)

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"Strong" is usually preferred over "weak." But for the value of a country's currency, it's not that simple. "Strong" isn't always better, and "weak" isn't always worse. Learn more about foreign exchange rates in the March 2015 newsletter—"Is a Strong Dollar Better than a Weak Dollar?"

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