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One size doesn’t fit all

13 Jun 2018 By Tom Buerkle

U.S. central-bank tightening has a history of causing global turmoil, as in the 1980s Latin debt crisis. But developing countries can largely handle a rate hike, with flush reserves and reduced dollar-based debt. Troubles in Argentina and Turkey are essentially home-brewed.

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