Jamaica establishes foreign exchange market working group

Bank of Jamaica

The Bank of Jamaica has formed a market working group to examine the foreign exchange market, forming proposals to address the continued depreciation of the Jamaican dollar.

At a meeting called at short notice on November 4, governor Brian Wynter spoke to reassure members of the public about the involvement of private sector participants in the working group.

"I will ensure that no information shared with them will result in any unfair advantage to these participants," he said. The governor

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