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Why a Strong Dollar Is a Double-Edged Sword for the U.S. Economy

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The dollar is getting stronger. While that may sound like something to be happy about, a runup in the value of the dollar can ripple through the economy in unexpected ways. WSJ's Julia-Ambra Verlaine explains. Illustration: Jordan Kranse