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Why currency crises are rarely solved by rate hikes


Why currency crises are rarely solved by rate hikes

Russia's central bank has failed to shore up the ruble, despite ramping up rates to 17%. Tom Mackenzie takes a look back at other examples of countries that raised rates to bolster their currencies, and the fallout from those decisions. (Source: Bloomberg)

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