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What a Weaker Dollar Means for the Economy

Bernie Lo of CNBC Asia welcomes Frank Holmes back to the program to discuss what trends are emerging right now during U.S. earnings season. Frank says one of the main economic drivers he sees currently is the weaker dollar, which he explains has historically been good for not only gold and commodities, but manufacturers as well.

The two also discuss news of a corporate reshuffling within General Electric causing the stock to fall. Watch the replay here!



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