The U.S. current account and the dollar

The dollar has further to fall, according to a recent paper by Professors Blanchard, Giavazzi and Sa of MIT, and an end to the Chinese peg might - contrary to conventional thinking - be bad for Europe, they argue.

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At twice the size of its Reagan-era peak in percentage terms and equivalent to the GNP of Spain, the US current account is

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