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DEUTSCHE BANK WARNS: 'The dollar is in trouble'

The dollar has been sliding since President Donald Trump's inauguration. Since January, it's lost about 11% versus a basket of its peers. But it doesn't look like the greenback will see a reversal of fortunes anytime soon, according to Deutsche Bank strategist George Saravelos. "The dollar is in trouble," he argues in a recent note to clients, in part because of a couple of key changes that are negatives for the greenback.
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