10CFDs’: The Connection Between Dollar rates and Commodities, will make the price of goods rise

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Commodities are usually global assets, and being purchased from many countries around the world. When the American dollar gains value, it means that commodities become more expensive in other, non-dollar currencies. While this tends to have a negative influence on demand (when prices rise, the demand is naturally goes down), is also works the other way around: when the dollar weakens, commodity prices in other currencies drop lower, what will increase demand.

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