Bank of Jamaica should reduce forex ‘footprint’ – IMF

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The Bank of Jamaica should reduce its foreign exchange “footprint”, an International Monetary Fund report suggests.

The recommendation comes at a time when the Jamaica faces a sliding currency. The central bank has intervened in forex markets repeatedly, but is trying to limit its actions.

Fund staff welcome the central bank’s efforts to reduce interventions. But it should limit forex sales to flash auctions during severe market distortions, they say.

BoJ reserve accumulation objectives

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