A number of Latin American currencies had a wobbly start to 2014, with the problems of Argentina and Venezuela leading to sharp drops in both their unit values. But the turbulence was expected to have a wider impact because of the ‘tapering’ of Quantitative Easing (QE) in the United States and lower commodity prices.

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