Strategic Trading When Central Bank Intervention Is Predictable

Market prices are noisy signals of economic fundamentals. Liyan Yang suggests that if the central bank uses market prices as guidance for intervention, large strategic investors may temporarily depress market prices to induce a market-supportive intervention.

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