Dollar hits 14-year high as Trump-fueled bond sell-off resumes
LONDON (Reuters) - The dollar hit a 14-year high against a basket of currencies on Wednesday as a post-U.S. election sell-off resumed across global bond markets, lifting Treasury yields and attracting investors to the U.S. currency
He was right. I'm already tired of winning.
You didn't get the memo? Strong currencies are bad for economies. I know it's true. Paul Krugman told me so, and he has a Nobel prize. You can't argue against anything he says forever now.