Cu(rrency) intervention

4 Jan 2011 By Martin Hutchinson

The central bank’s plan to buy $12 bln worth of U.S. currency, funded by domestic debt, should help hold down the peso. But with record copper prices Chile’s budget should be in surplus and interest rates higher. Intervention will stop working if high copper prices persist.

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