Globalisation impacts exchange rates

Globalisation has important implications for the interaction of exchange rates and the overall economy, new research published by the European Central Bank suggests.

The findings indicate that the responsiveness of euro-area exports to exchange-rate changes may have declined somewhat as a result of globalisation, reflecting mainly shifts in the geographical and sectoral composition of trade flows.

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