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The Brexit-News Boom?

Start with a bog-standard second-year textbook Mundell-Fleming ISLMBP model. Start in equilibrium at Y, then hit it with a negative shock to Net eXports. The IS curve shifts left initially, at the previous equilibrium exchange rate. But the central bank...
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