Updated Friday, August 28, 2015 as of 8:21 PM ET

The So-Called Currency War

Headlines using the term "currency war" have multiplied of late and, in the process, may have raised fears about asset bubbles and generalized inflation. Reinforcing such concerns are the links drawn between this so-called war, the Federal Reserve's quantitative easing and the rising price of gasoline.

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