The case for foreign exchange intervention: the government as an active reserve manager

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Christopher J. Neely;
  • Subject: Foreign exchange

This paper argues that major governments should actively manage their foreign exchange portfolios to maximize the risk-adjusted return to the taxpayer by exploiting long-term, fundamental based predictability in floating exchange rates. Such transactions—equivalent to f... View more
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