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The new BIS effective exchange rate indices

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  • Marc Klau
  • San Sau Fung

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The BIS effective exchange rate (EER) indices have been expanded and updated. The new indices cover 52 economies based on a consistent methodology, and reflect recent developments in global trade by using time-varying weighting patterns. The newly calculated indices have been made available to the public on the BIS website.

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  • Marc Klau & San Sau Fung, 2006. "The new BIS effective exchange rate indices," BIS Quarterly Review, Bank for International Settlements, March.
  • Handle: RePEc:bis:bisqtr:0603e
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