Oil-Nation Currency Pegs to Cave on Crude Rout, Kazakh PM Says

Kazakhstan Can Meet Goals With 'Free-Floating Economy'

The world is entering a “new era” of low oil prices that will sweep away currency pegs in crude-producing nations, according to the prime minister of Kazakhstan, which roiled markets this week with a surprise decision to abandon control of its exchange rate.

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