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Egypt (finally) shifts to flexible pound, secures IMF deal

This week ended with a bang as Egypt finally shifted to a more flexible exchange rate and secured an IMF deal. Some short-term economic pain is on the cards, but the move will help to restore macro stability and brighten long-term prospects.

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