Purchasing Power of the U.S. Dollar since 1913

Purchasing Power of the U.S. Dollar since 1913 How does inflation effect the purchasing power of money? $100 in 1913 would only be worth $3.87 in 2019. Picture source: howmuch.net

Impact of an Inverted Yield Curve: S&P 500 and U.S. Dollar

Impact of an Inverted Yield Curve: S&P 500 and U.S. Dollar History tells us that the U.S. dollar and the S&P 500 could go higher, and the yield curve could stay inverted until mid-2020. Picture source: Nordea and Macrobond Click the Picture to Enlarge

Strong Dollar and Imports

Strong Dollar and Imports The chart shows that a stronger dollar depresses goods prices via imports. Picture source: Deutsche Bank Global Research

U.S. Recession Probability and the U.S. Dollar

U.S. Recession Probability and the U.S. Dollar The chart shows the correlation between the NY Fed probability of U.S. recession and the U.S. dollar. Picture source: BofA Merrill Lynch

U.S. Dollar and Weak Global Growth

U.S. Dollar and Weak Global Growth This spreadsheet shows that Fed policy easing can weaken the U.S. dollar in times of weak global growth. Picture source: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

U.S. Budget Deficits and the U.S. Dollar

U.S. Budget Deficits and the U.S. Dollar Pretty good correlation between U.S. budget deficits and the U.S. dollar over the past 30 years. The chart suggests that the U.S. dollar should weaken over time. You may also like “U.S. Twin Deficits (% of GDP) Lead Real Trade Weighted Dollar Index by Two Years” and “U.S. Dollar…

U.S. Dollar Smile: Dollar Appreciation and Depreciation​

U.S. Dollar Smile: Dollar Appreciation and Depreciation This chart illustrates very well the U.S. dollar smile. Currently, a synchronized slowdown suggests a stronger U.S. dollar. You may also like “U.S. Twin Deficits (% of GDP) Lead Real Trade Weighted Dollar Index by Two Years” and “U.S. Dollar and Relative Growth (GDP Spread).” Picture source: Nordea and…

U.S. Twin Deficits (% of GDP) Lead the U.S. Dollar Broad REER by 18 Months

U.S. Twin Deficits (% of GDP) Lead the U.S. Dollar Broad REER by 18 Months The chart suggests that the U.S. dollar should weaken over time. You may also like “U.S. Twin Deficits (% of GDP) Lead Real Trade Weighted Dollar Index by Two Years” and “U.S. Dollar and Relative Growth (GDP Spread)” and “U.S. Budget…