Bank of Jamaica will continue to tighten liquidity conditions


The Bank of Jamaica will continue tinkering with the country's money market liquidity in a bid to keep the Jamaican dollar on an even keel, according to its governor, Brian Wynter.

The Jamaican dollar has steadily depreciated against the US dollar since the turn of 2012, losing 17.5% this year. Its rate of decline has fallen since April, however, and it appears to have stabilised in the past two months.

Speaking at a press briefing for the bank's latest quarterly monetary policy report, which

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