Economics

The real value of the U.S. dollar is determined by the

U.S. government
value of goods and services it buys***
U.S. investors in the foreign market
foreign investors in the foreign exchange market
supply and demand in the open market

I don't know if my answer is correct (they all seem relatively correct to me)… please help?

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  1. I agree.

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