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Argentina’s IMF review, cautious central banks

The eighth review of Argentina’s IMF programme published this week is a whole-hearted endorsement of President Milei’s economic record. That said, the Fund called on Argentine authorities to take further action with regard to exchange rate liberalisation and fiscal tightening – something we've been arguing was necessary for a while. Elsewhere, this week's central bank decisions made clear that the room for further monetary easing this year is narrowing.

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