Dec 27, 2015

Why Weak Currencies Have a Smaller Effect on Exports - WSJ

The Outlook: Central banks around the world have loosened monetary policy this year in the hopes of nudging down currencies and giving a lift to exports. But it hasn’t had much of an effect this time. The reason? A change in what exports are made of.

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