2014 was the year in which the Federal Reserve announced to end its quantitative easing (QE) stimulus program. As a result, it was the year of the dollar. The dollar rose relative to all currencies. The euro also declined heavily and now trades at only $1.19 as opposed to the $1.39 it traded for mid-2014. Many investments denominated in U.S. dollars correspondingly increased in value. U.S. st

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No Tapering Yet

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