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Can someone tell me if I have this right, or backwards??
When the US dollar depreciates foreign goods, assets, and services are more expensive and when the US dollar appreciates they are cheaper.
Thanks

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    Right. A devalued dollar means our exports to foreign counties decreases in price. But our imports from foreign countries imcrease in price.

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