Despite the steady growth in inflation over the last two years, the dollar index—a weighted average of the international value of the U.S. dollar compared to a basket of other currencies—continues to rise in line with inflation. In general, the dollar index should decline with large inflation. If the dollar is worth less in the U.S., it tends to be worth less when traded for other currencies. For example, when Venezuela started seeing hyperinflation beginning in 2012, its value against the dollar plummeted.
0 subscriptions will be displayed on your profile (edit)
Skip for now
For your security, we need to re-authenticate you.
Click the link we sent to , or click here to sign in.