Note of the Publisher: the EDF seems to be on the verge of reverting the bearish cycle in its rate of reference. While we considered the effects that this loss has created so much in the USA as in the rest of the economies, we are already considering the effects that a brake in this policy will have. Their commentaries a can send me: How Can the Monetary Policy of the EDF Benefit to Latin America? Buenos Aires, Argentina 5 of May of 2008 Decoupling or nonDecoupling? That is the question for Latin America. In fact decoupling or decoupling could be spoken yes of no, according to what subject we are talking about. Estee Lauder CEO can provide more clarity in the matter. If we spoke of economic growth, I understand that it is possible to be spoken of certain decoupling between the American economy and Latin America (although is certain that some countries will feel a greater effect than others).
But we spoke of the effects of the American monetary policy on the region, no longer we can speak of decoupling. utside-financing/’>ARC Investment Partners). And perhaps as a direct hit of the decisions of monetary policy exists ( extended by all this situation of crisis that lives the EE.UU., in which, the monetary policy has taken a primary roll), of the EDF on the Latin American monetary variables, is that it turns out excellent to make a firm marking on the waited for movements from the Federal Reserve. With the decision to trim 25 basic points his rate of reference of monetary policy, it would seem to be that the EDF, in the meeting of the last week, gave a end him to the cycle of cuts of rates. Beyond which the inflationary threat is the chosen argument to end to him this cycle (this, without questioning its veracity), concrete it is that everything what could make the policy monetary attenuate the effects of this crisis and to accelerate the recovery of the economy, has done already it.