The Dollar is Our Currency but It’s Your Problem


The echoes of former U.S. Treasury Secretary John Connally’s declaration that “the dollar is our currency but it’s your problem” resonates with renewed relevance today. You must understand the enduring centrality of the dollar and the widespread impact of U.S. monetary policy.

Jerome Powell’s stewardship at the Federal Reserve warrants astute observation. Every twist and turn in the Fed’s approach sends ripples across the business landscape and investor decisions. It affects domestic markets and the international economy.

For the Secretary of Commerce and those at the helm of enterprise, the task is twofold: vigilance and adaptability. Remain vigilant to the shifts dictated by the dollar’s sway and adaptable in your strategies to safeguard your interests and capitalize on emerging opportunities.