CNBC's Jim Cramer said Thursday that American companies may be facing strong currency headwinds once again after Mario Draghi's remarks sent the euro plunging.
"They're crushing the euro; the dollar is soaring. This is a level at which American exporters are saying 'Are you kidding me?'" Cramer said on "Squawk on the Street."
The European Central Bank's president said in a news conference that the bank will extend its quantitative easing program if needed, adding that it has downgraded its inflation forecast from 1.5 percent in June to 1.1 percent.
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The euro hit a session low of $1.1107 on Draghi's remarks and was about 0.7 percent lower against the dollar in morning New York trade.
"And if the Chinese devalue again, and I think that they may, the dollar will go back into that super strong mode," Cramer added.