A macro expert joins to discuss why the U.S. dollar and economy are more broadly poised to suck the liquidity from the entire global economy.
Despite the specter of inflation from money printing, the dollar has gained strength. Here’s why that’s a problem - for everyone.
Finance writer Jon Turek argues that between Federal Reserve swap lines, Europe stabilization and a few other factors, the strong dollar problem may be (temporarily) solved.
Could the dollar be replaced by a single new, dominant currency like China’s DCEP, or is a multipolar currency world more likely? Presented in documentary podcast and full transcript formats.
With trillions in money printing, the dollar should be getting weaker. Instead, it’s stronger than ever. What gives? The first of a four-part microseries on the battle for the future of money.