Global Currency War? Weak GDP reports & G20 coming up

With much weaker than expected GDP numbers coming out of Japan and Europe and the G20 meeting on Friday, markets and analysts are left wondering: are we in a currency war and what is next for the global economy?

American Enterprise Institute (AEI) economists Desmond Lachman and John Makin have both tracked this story as it has developed and written extensively on the Euro crisis, the Japanese recovery, and the global economy.

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