Financial and Monetary Systems

IMF: How actions from the Federal Reserve could affect emerging and mature markets

Policymakers may need to react by pulling multiple policy levers Image: Unsplash/ Maxim Hopman

Kenneth Kang

Deputy Director in the Strategy, Policy and Review Department, International Monetary Fund

Hélène Poirson Ward

Deputy Division Chief, Strategy, Policy and Review Department, IMF

Stephan Danninger

Division Chief, IMF’s Asia and Pacific Department


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Capital flows to emerging economies historically have weakened when the US dollar appreciated relative to other major currencies. Image: IMF

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