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Lessons from the early EM interest rate cutters

The key points that stand out from the recent moves by central banks in Brazil, Chile and Hungary to cut interest rates are, first, how quickly policymakers have shifted from hawkish to dovish and, second, how they appear to be front-loading their monetary easing cycles.

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