The International Monetary System: A Time of Turbulence

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pricing model. Of course, more such testing is needed on other currencies and for later periods. Tentatively, however, spot exchange markets showed as least some signs of inefficiency that could indicate scope for beneficial intervention. The form and extent of appropriate intervention is by no means clear.


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