Intervention as information: a survey
Richard Baillie (),
Owen Humpage and
William P. Osterberg
No 9918, Working Papers (Old Series) from Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
Research has generally failed to find reliable connections between official exchange-market interventions and exchange rates that are consistent with either a monetary or a portfolio-balance theory of exchange-rate determination. Recently economists have suggested that intervention might sometimes influence exchange rates through its effects on agents’ expectations. This survey discusses newer research that analyzes informational aspects of intervention.
Keywords: Foreign; exchange; -; Law; and; legislation (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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