Real Equilibrium Exchange Rate Estimates: To What Extent Applicable for Setting the Central Parity?
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Roman Hotvath: Czech National Bank & Charles University
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International Finance from University Library of Munich, Germany
The objective of this paper is twofold. First, we provide an introduction on estimation and methodology of the real equilibrium exchange rate. Second, we discuss to what extent are these estimates applicable for setting the central parity. Given the uncertainty surrounding the estimates, they are informative in the sign rather than the size of the misalignment of exchange rate, but may serve as useful consistency checks for the decision about setting the central parity. We argue that policy makers shall consider the estimates in their decision- making only if the real exchange rate is substantially misaligned (i.e. more than 10% as a rule of thumb).
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