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Trump reportedly asked aides to find a way to weaken the dollar. Experts say that would be currency manipulation, a practice the president hates.

Business Insider Thursday, 11 July 2019 ()
Trump reportedly asked aides to find a way to weaken the dollar. Experts say that would be currency manipulation, a practice the president hates.· *President Donald Trump has asked aides to look into ways to weaken the dollar, according to Bloomberg. *
· *Experts said such a move would amount to currency manipulation and could undermine US credibility abroad.*
· *Trump has grown increasingly frustrated** with the strength of the dollar as his administration pursues...
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