Dear John: For years there has been an inverse relationship between the dollar and commodities. One goes up when the other goes down. However, both the value of the dollar and commodities prices have declined simultaneously recently. Please explain. G.I. Dear G.I.: Simply put, both the dollar and commodities have been falling because the US...
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