WASHINGTON, July 26 (Reuters) – President Donald Trump said
on Friday that the United States had a very powerful dollar and
he said the euro currency was not doing so well.
Speaking to reporters at the White House, Trump also pointed
at China for a yuan that he said was very low.
Trump has charged repeatedly that other countries are acting
to keep their currency values low to gain a trading edge in
(Reporting by Steve Holland in Washington
Writing by Tim Ahmann
Editing by Matthew Lewis)
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