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June 13, 2008


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Milos Sugovic

I think you raise an interesting point here. Corporate executives shouldn’t be preoccupied with labeling the dollar depreciation at a macro level as either good or bad - it’s clearly both. What’s more important is identifying the relevant chain of events at the micro level that result from a weak dollar and fine-tuning strategy accordingly.

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