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What else can EM central banks do to protect their currencies?

Where they don’t have foreign exchange reserves to fall back on we expect to see monetary authorities to opt for “emergency” rate hikes or possibly capital controls.

25/10/2022
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David Rees
Senior Emerging Markets Economist
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Authors

David Rees
Senior Emerging Markets Economist

Topics

2022
Interest rates
Economic views
Economics
Coronavirus
Central banks
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Emerging Markets
David Rees
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