Goldman says a weak dollar could give stocks a $300 billion boost, benefiting these names the most


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A weak greenback has historically prompted foreign investors to flock into U.S. stocks, according to Goldman Sachs. The bank said this time the group will purchase $300 billion this year on the back of a continuous dollar weakness and stocks with high international sales will benefit the most.

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