Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin walks through the snow at Davos.
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The treasury secretary said a weak dollar would be 'good' for the U.S. Here's why he's wrong.
There may be trouble ahead.
US accusations of German currency manipulation do not appear to be motivated by economics.
Consumers don’t always behave the way central banks expect.
Negative interest rates are not the weapon some central bankers had hoped they would be.
A change in the scales isn’t likely to put a major dent in the growth in US exports to China.
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China's interventions to cheapen its currency relative to others will hurt US imports in the short term, but the country's surging "mainstream" will easily offset the impact.
Why the Chinese yuan took its biggest one-day loss in two decades.
Who knew a coin could do so much harm.
Currency wars have been predicted for years. Outright monetary battles were last seen during the Great Depression of the 1930s, when governments competed to devalue their currencies to gain market advantage…