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Eventos virtuales FLAR

FLAR Talks

FLAR Talks is a virtual dialogue space created in the second half of 2019 to discuss topics of interest to the macroeconomic and financial stability of Latin America and the Caribbean. It is aimed at economic authorities, researchers, analysts and scholars from all regions of the world.




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The dollar debt of companies in Latin America: The warning signs




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The dollar debt of companies in Latin America: The warning signs

June 6th, 2022



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Resilience of the Latin American financial systrem during the pandemic.

May 2nd, 2022



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Situation and Perspectives for the Spanish Banking System in Latin America

December 14th, 2021



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The Resilient Society in emerging market economies and Latin America

November 30th, 2021



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Monetary policy in Latin America in a context of heterogeneous recovery and rising global inflation

November 3th, 2021



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Remittance flows and their effects on macroeconomic and finacial stability in Latin America during the COVID-19 crisis

July 27th, 2021



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Motivations and effects of the U.S. Federal Reserve’s liquidity lines during the current crisis

May 27th, 2021



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Capital flows and external debt in Latin America

April 8th,2021



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COVID-19 and financial stability in Latin America

December 10th, 2020



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International financial cooperation and the Latin American economic crisis

November 26th, 2020



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Dollarization in Latin America in the context of the COVID-19 crisis

September 17th, 2020



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Monetary Policy in Latin America in the COVID-19 context

August 24th, 2020



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Global Liquidity Management as a Public Good: A new global liquidity crunch?

February 20th, 2020



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Currency Composition of Foreign Exchanges Reserves

November 21st, 2019