ECB paper considers how to mitigate US spillovers

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Policy-makers in countries affected by spillovers from US monetary policy could mitigate their economies' vulnerability by facilitating domestic financial market development, trade integration and the liberalisation of exchange rates, among other policies, according to a working paper published by the European Central Bank (ECB).

In Determinants of global spillover from US monetary policy, Georgios Georgiadis notes other actions such as reducing frictions in labour markets and ensuring fiscal

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