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July 25, 2014 1:30 PM

If you chew on the Big Mac Index, you’ll see that the dollar is gaining strength

The Economist prices one product — the Big Mac — around the world and measures the change in its local cost over time. It says a series of world currencies have weakened against the dollar over the past year.

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