A term used to describe a situation where underlying systematic support for the value of the U.S. currency is soft or lacking relative to other major, minor and exotic currencies. Ever since the Plaza Accord, forex traders have seen a reversal from strong to weak dollar policies by U.S. government officials and monetary policymakers.
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