Contributions to the Cleveland Financial Stress Index: Weighted Dollar Crashes

2014-07-30: 2.547 Units of Stress (+ see more) 
Daily, Not Seasonally Adjusted, WDCD678FRBCLE, Updated: 2014-07-31 2:55 PM CDT
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This chart shows the contribution of the weighted dollar crashes indicator to the CFSI. This indicator is measured as the ratio of the current value of the trade-weighted US dollar exchange index relative to the maximum over the previous 365 days. It measures flight from the US dollar toward a broad set of foreign currencies. This signals increased demand for liquidity from the domestic financial system, requiring unanticipated and potentially inefficient lending. This indicator measures flight from the U.S. dollar toward a broad set of foreign currencies.

Source: Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland

Release: Cleveland Financial Stress Index

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(a) Contributions to the Cleveland Financial Stress Index: Weighted Dollar Crashes, Units of Stress, Not Seasonally Adjusted (WDCD678FRBCLE)
This chart shows the contribution of the weighted dollar crashes indicator to the CFSI. This indicator is measured as the ratio of the current value of the trade-weighted US dollar exchange index relative to the maximum over the previous 365 days. It measures flight from the US dollar toward a broad set of foreign currencies. This signals increased demand for liquidity from the domestic financial system, requiring unanticipated and potentially inefficient lending. This indicator measures flight from the U.S. dollar toward a broad set of foreign currencies.

Contributions to the Cleveland Financial Stress Index: Weighted Dollar Crashes
   

  

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