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Egyptian currency reserves fall

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Egypt's dwindling foreign currency reserves fall 10% in a single month, renewing concerns over the economy.

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Adam Dean's curator insight, February 5, 2013 5:22 PM

IB3.2 & F585 Falling reserves increases the likelihood of the collapse of the Egyptian currency and a worsening of its TOT.

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Venezuela devalues currency by 32%

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In a widely expected move, Venezuela cuts the value of its currency by 32% against the US dollar, in an effort to boost its economy.

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Adam Dean's curator insight, February 11, 2013 4:05 AM

F585 & IB3.2 Nice example of a managed exchange rate regime. Consider the economic impact of such a significant devaluation.

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The Comeback - Finance & Development, March 2013

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by Herman Kamil and Jeremy Zook - Mexico's newfound competitiveness helps it regain a share of the U.S. import market it had lost to China

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Adam Dean's curator insight, March 2, 2013 2:17 PM

F585 & IB3 lots here on how Mexico is fighting back against China in the battle for the US imports market. The article makes reference to economic integration, international competitiveness, productivity and many other important international concepts.

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Yen depreciation and the j-curve


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Adam Dean's curator insight, March 15, 2013 3:02 PM

F585 & IB3.3

Analysis of the ST and LT impacts of Japan's current account deficit and weakening Yen.