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Hysteresis of exchange rates

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  • Mukund Raj P K

    (Rushmore University & NAREA)

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One of the major economic changes of 2003 is the depreciation of the USD especially against the euro and also against a broadening range of currencies. The continued damage to the USD in the face of improved US economic outlook is similar to the early 2002 scenario when the Euro remained passive to the positive Euro zone outlook.

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  • Mukund Raj P K, 2003. "Hysteresis of exchange rates," Macroeconomics 0312001, EconWPA.
  • Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwpma:0312001 Note: Type of Document - Word doc; prepared on Win98; to print on HP, Laser; pages: 2; figures: 1. An article on exchange rate movements and Euro.
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    Article on Euro; Euro; Vehicle Currency;

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    • E - Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics

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