By  on June 1, 2010

LONDON — The dollar is bulking up — and that’s cause for either cries of pain or celebration.

The euro has fallen 11.3 percent against the dollar year-over-year while the pound has slid 9.4 percent against the U.S. currency. The renewed strength of the dollar will have an increasing impact on the bottom lines of retailers and brands that source and manufacture in greenbacks, while giving American companies renewed muscle in the European market in terms of buying everything from designer goods to other companies.

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