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6 March 2017 Fed Fears Hit LatAm FX Last Week - is a Renewed Sell-off Coming?

By Andres Abadia

LatAm assets have struggled in recent days as it has become clear that the Fed will hike next week. But we don't expect currencies to collapse, as domestic fundamentals are improving and the broader external outlook is relatively benign.

Posted: 5th Mar 2017 in 'Latin America Documents'

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