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Analysis: Rising inflation and interest rates mean extremely volatility in 2022 for Latin American currencies

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Expecting high global inflation, accelerated tapering in the United States, uncertainties about the Omicron variant, and local political risk in Brazil, experts forecast that 2022 will be a highly volatile year for Latin American currencies.

The issue was the topic of a debate among 3 experts on Friday (3) during the last day of the Ohmresearch Global Insights 2022 event.

Gautam Jain, a currency and interest rate strategist with over 20 years experience in global emerging markets, says the dollar's recent drop came amid uncertainty over the spread of the Omicron coronavirus variant.

Accordingly, he . . .

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