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Guest Host: Susan Page
A panel explains why the value of the dollar is declining against the euro and the yen, what it says about foreign investors’ faith in the U.S. economy, and how it could affect U.S. consumers, businesses, trade and more.
- Bill Dudley Director of the U.S. economic research group at Goldman Sachs and Co.
- Frank Vargo Vice president for international economic affairs at the National Association of Manufacturers
- Jake Schlesinger Reporter for the Wall Street Journal
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