EMEs more sensitive to risk premiums: IMF paper


An International Monetary Fund paper, published in June, finds evidence that risk premium affects emerging economies more than developed countries.

Akito Matsumoto, the paper's author, uses data from Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico to measure the impact of global liquidity on emerging market economies. Matsumoto distinguishes between the availability of liquidity in safe and risky asset markets to capture market segmentation, which calls for unconventional monetary policy to restore a

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