What NEER Increase means

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An increase in NEER indicates an appreciation of the local currency against the weighted basket of currencies of its trading partners.

An increase in REER implies that exports become more expensive and imports become cheaper; therefore, an increase indicates a loss in trade competitiveness.

Thus An increasing trend in domestic inflation relative to inflation in other countries is likely to cause an increasing divergence between NEER and REER.

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