Emerging-Market Currencies Tumble
It’s been a chaotic 2014 for the Argentine peso, the Turkish lira, and South Africa’s rand. A falling currency alarms investors and risks inflation, but defending it from depreciation requires imposing high interest rates or using up precious reserves of foreign exchange.
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