For the record, the strength of the dollar has been one of the main things that has kept the US Federal Reserve on hold. (If the Fed signaled it was ready to continue raising interest rates, it would strengthen the dollar more and further damage US exports.)

And after last night’s UK referendum results, the markets are seeing fewer and fewer reasons to expect the US central bank to lift interest rates any time soon.

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