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What happens after IMF deals?

With EMs such as Argentina, Ukraine and Ecuador having recently agreed IMF deals, and others (Turkey) still looking vulnerable to a crisis, this Update looks at what happens to countries after bailouts. In the first year, sovereign bonds tend to rally and policy rates are usually raised. But nominal exchange rate adjustments often take longer, with many currencies still depreciating 2-3 years after deals are signed.

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