Why is the euro falling against the dollar?

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Why is the euro falling against the dollar?

It’s a mix of factors, the most influential of which is probably the war in Ukraine.

The conflict has jeopardized food supplies and sent energy prices skyrocketing around the world, hitting the European Union in particular, where many countries rely heavily on Russian imports of fossil fuels.

As part of a pressure campaign against its eastern neighbor, the European Union of 27 countries has deprived itself of Russian oil, while Moscow has considerably reduced gas flows. This has increased costs for Europeans, already reeling from the pandemic.

In the United States, the Federal Reserve raised El BCE (Banco Central Europeo) s la entidad vigilante de la ortodoxia monetaria en la zona(…)

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