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Dollar, Gold and Oil Chart - Last Ten Years

Compares the movement in the dollar index (major trading partners) with gold and oil prices over the last ten years. The three series are compared using standard deviation.

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Sources: Federal Reserve, LBMA, EIA
Notes: Vertical grey areas on chart indicate recessions.
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