Correlation, Causality and the Dollar Thing

Interesting chart from Bloomberg on the potential for declining pressure on the dollar, at least as evidenced by an increased U.S. personal savings rate and an improved trade balance. Of course, this is mostly mapping correlations with factors outside those that are worrying investors with respect to the U.S.’s unhappy financial position.

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