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DECPG Weekly Global Economic Brief (Inglês)

Some of the headings included in this issue of the Development Economics Prospects Group (DECPG) weekly global economic newsletter are as follows: United States consumer price index was stable in September; Industrial Production (IP) declined for second consecutive month;Eurozone IP declined at the fastest pace in a year; fitch cut Brazil’s credit rating to lowest investment grade; India’s consumer price inflation and IP accelerated; inflation edged up in Nigeria and Ghana; adjustments to the upcoming fed tightening cycle could be smooth, but there is a risk that it is accompanied by bouts of financial market volatility; allowing exchange rates to adjust will be an important buffer to shocks emanating from rising U.S. yields; Countries concerned about the balance sheet effects of sizable depreciations may opt to raise monetary policy interest rates to stem depreciations; if financial stress threatens financial stability—for example because of large foreign currency liabilities—intervention in foreign currency markets may be necessary; reforms aimed at restoring confidence may be needed.




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