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Argentina’s Tango with the IMF, tightening cycles

This week’s news that Argentina will receive the next tranche of its IMF deal has caused near-term debt risks to ease. But the Fund has still not addressed the overvalued exchange rate, which could become a problem further down the line. Meanwhile, Brazil's central bank was the first in Latin America to end its tightening cycle this week and central banks in most other parts of the region are likely to follow suit over the next couple of months.

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