Emerging markets exports most sensitive to FX changes, says French paper


A new paper from researchers at the Banque de France aims to find the reasons behind varying degrees of exchange rate pass-through to import and export prices, using data from a varied set of 40 countries, including 19 emerging market economies (EMEs).

Exchange Rate Pass-Through in the Global Economy, by Matthieu Bussière, Simona Delle Chiaie and Tuomas Peltonen, finds elasticities of trade prices higher on average in EMEs than in advanced economies, and more so on the export side than for

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