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Enhancing Monetary Policy Flexibility Through `De-dollarization’

By Marcello Estevão and Greetje Everaert

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Borrowing and saving in foreign currencies—so-called dollarization—seem like a rational response by citizens in some emerging market economies to financial crises and runaway inflation. 879 more words

International Monetary Fund

Naira struggles: mind the gap

As we think about the road out of recession, the CBN has to focus on getting back to macroeconomic stability. We cannot come back if there are two exchange rates for the same currency.

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Random Thoughts

Big, fat raise

CAN YOU HEAR the Gringos cheering?

When I moved south in the year 2000 the peso-buck exchange rate was about 10-1.

For every buck you’d get 10 pesos. 272 more words

Mexico

CBEC - Latest foreign exchange rates

Customs

CORPORATE GREED AND NON SUSTAINABLE PRICES

CORPORATE GREED
its not like e days of cheap cigarettes and beer when you visit a developing country anymore. PRICES ARE MORE EXPENSIVE IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES THAN FIRST WORLD COUNTRIES FOR HOUSEHOLD PRODUCTS. 263 more words

Naira Appreciates To 3.52% Against Dollar

The Nigerian Naira, yesterday, appreciated by 3.52 per cent to close at N315.93 to a dollar at the interbank market, prompting calls for foreign investors to take advantage of the appreciation. 448 more words

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