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Author Horton, Mark A.,
Title Exchange rate developments and policies in the Caucasus and Central Asia / Mark Horton, Hossein Samiei, Natan Epstein and Kevin Ross.
Imprint Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 2016.
2016

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Author Horton, Mark A.,
Series Departmental Papers / Policy Papers; Middle East and Central Asia Departmental Paper ; No. 16/02
Departmental Papers / Policy Papers; Middle East and Central Asia Departmental Paper ; no. 16/02.
Subject Foreign exchange rates -- Caucasus.
Foreign exchange rates -- Asia, Central.
Petroleum products -- Prices -- Caucasus.
Petroleum products -- Prices -- Asia, Central.
Alt Name Samiei, Hossein,
Epstein, Natan P.,
Ross, Kevin (Kevin L.),
Description 1 online resource (43 pages)
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (page 36).
Summary Since late 2014, exchange rates (ERs) and ER regimes of the Caucasus and Central Asia (CCA) countries have come under strong pressure. This reflects the decline of oil and other commodity prices, weaker growth in Russia and China, depreciation of the Russian ruble, and appreciation of the U.S. dollar, to which CCA currencies have historically been linked. Weaker fiscal and current account balances and increased dollarization have complicated the picture. CCA countries entered this period with closely managed ER regimes and, in many cases, currencies assessed by IMF staff to be overvalued. CCA central banks have price stability as their main policy objective, and most have relied on ER stability to achieve this objective. Thus, the first policy response involved intervention in local foreign exchange (FX) markets, often with limited communication. In this context, the IMF staff has reviewed ER policy advice and implementation strategies for CCA countries.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 1513543032
9781513543031
9781513543031
ISBN/ISSN 10.5089/9781513543031.087
OCLC # 958277755
Additional Format Print Version: Horton, Mark A. Exchange Rate Developments and Policies in the Caucasus and Central Asia. Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 2016 9781513543031



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