What the weak euro and strong dollar mean for the global economy | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


What the weak euro and strong dollar mean for the global economy

A weaker euro is engineered to get the European economy back on track. As with all monetary policy, this is good for some, bad for others. RT takes you through the winners and losers.

The euro has been sinking since the European Central Bank kicked off its €1.1 trillion asset buying program on March 9. The bank plans to print €60 billion per month to buy debt until inflation hits the target rate of 2 percent. The expected date for this is September 2016, but it could be prolonged.

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