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In the United States, the medium of exchange and the unit of account is the dollar. From 1990 to 2003, the value of the dollar relative to a basket of major currencies moved relatively sideways. The dollar has a peg to a basket of currencies and to gold, and there have been no changes in these aspects of the dollar. There was, however, a substantial decline in the value of the dollar from the peak of the mid-1990s to the 2007 to 2008 peak. This was caused by a combination of factors: the United States was embroiled in a war with Iraq; the US fiscal deficit grew; the decline in manufacturing employment, the closure of many US steel mills, the loss of consumers' wealth and the increased risk of banking losses through the collapse of the US housing market in 2008. The dollar fell from a peak of about $1.39 to the dollar on September 6, 2002 to about $1.06 to the dollar on September 30, 2008. In addition, the US government's budget deficit rose to about 14% of GDP in 2007 and the US government chose to finance this largely by running up more debt. As a consequence, the US government chose to sell debt to foreigners and it sold that debt to foreign central banks at a negative interest rate, thus pushing up the interest rate on government debt to near zero. As the amount of debt that the United States had to finance grew, so did the interest costs. The reason the value of the dollar declined was that its purchasing power declined. The reason for this was the increased debt and the rising interest costs on that debt. The two components of the Federal Reserve System, the interest rate paid on reserves and the discount rate, are closely related to the amount of debt outstanding, and so it was the high level of debt in the United States which caused the decline in the value of the dollar. As the value of the dollar declined, the value of the rest of the world's currencies relative to the dollar also declined. This situation was captured by the exchange rate system. The exchange rate system is the rate at which one currency can be exchanged for another currency. The international exchange rate system evolved over the course of the 19th and 20th centuries. Initially, there was no formal exchange rate system; the dollar was valued by the goods and services the United States exported, as measured by the US gold standard. When the United States abandoned that system and pegged the dollar to a basket of currencies and to gold, there were no exchange rates;

 

 


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