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Exchange rate pass-through to U.S. import prices
|Statement||Mario Marazzi ... [et al.].|
|Series||International finance discussion papers ;, no. 833, International finance discussion papers (Online) ;, no. 833.|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005620351|
The analysis of exchange rate pass-through is conducted in two stages. First, it seeks to establish the degree to which Australian dollar (AUD) import prices of total manufactures and 50 product categories contained therein have responded to the massive fluctuations in the AUD during the : Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.  “ Declining Exchange Rate Pass-Through to U.S. Import Prices: The Potential Role of Global Factors ” Journal of International Money and Finance – Crossref, Google Scholar; Masha, Iyabo, and C. Park.  “ Exchange Rate Pass Through to Prices in Maldives ” International Monetary Fund Working Paper, WP/12/, May.
evidence on exchange rate pass-through into the import prices of 25 OECD countries. Using quarterly data from through , we document the prevalence of PCP and LCP in short-run and long-run pass-through elasticities. We use an economically meaningful estimation approach, meaning that we estimate pass-through rates after controlling for. A well-known result of the exchange rate pass-through literature is that a change in the exchange rate is less than fully reflected in import prices. As summarized by Goldberg and Knetter (), studies indicate that pass-through for aggregate U.S. import prices is centered on 60 percent.
MOVEMENTS IN the exchange rate of the dollar are now widely perceived to have less impact on U.S. import prices than they had at the beginning of this decade. If that perception is accurate, a. Trade Integration, Competition, and the Decline in Exchange-Rate Pass-Through⁄ Christopher Gusty, Sylvain Leduc, and Robert J. Vigfusson Federal Reserve Board January Abstract Over the past twenty years, U.S. import prices have become less responsive to the exchange rate. We propose that this decline is a result of increased trade.
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Much has recently been written on exchange rate pass-through to import prices. Olivei () and Marazzi, Sheets, Vigfusson, et al. () have examined the exchange rate sensitivity of U.S. import prices; Otani, Shiratsuka, and Shirota (, ) have looked at exchange rate.
Abstract: This paper documents a sustained decline in exchange rate pass-through to U.S. import prices, from above during the s to somewhere in the neighborhood of during the last decade. This decline in the pass-through coefficient is robust to the measure of foreign prices that is included in the regression (i.e., CPI versus PPI), whether the estimation is done in levels or.
run and 40 percent over the longer run. Corresponding rates of pass-through into German import prices are approximately 60 percent in the short run and 80 percent in the long run.
What explains differences across countries in exchange rate pass through into import prices. A promising recent direction of research supplements the earlier. This paper documents a sustained decline in exchange rate pass-through to U.S. import prices, from above during the s to somewhere in the neighborhood of during the last decade.
exchange rate pass-through to import and export prices. In the baseline versions based on preset prices, PCP implies that the pass-through (the elasticity of the price in home currency with respect to the exchange rate) equals one for import prices and zero for export prices.
These implications are reversed under LCP. There continues to be much interest in understanding the mechanism that determines the exchange rate pass-through to import and export prices.
A key issue is what role is played by nominal rigidities and currency choice (for setting the price of traded goods) in determining the behavior of import and export prices relative to the exchange by: bilateral exchange-rate pass-through were for imports fro m Canada ) and the EU ), and the lowest for imports from Japan ) and the NIEs ().
An exchange-rate pass-through was also estimated for U.S. import prices from China for a small number of observations from mid tothe period when the yuan fluctuated against the. Economists have noted that the pass-through of exchange-rate changes to import prices, both in the United States and in many other countries, has declined over the past 40 years.
They attribute this trend in large part to a decline in global inflation, which has bolstered central-bank credibility and has lessened exchange-rate : Owen F. Humpage, Timothy Stehulak. priced in dollars and in non-dollars separately. We then estimate pass-through from the exchange rate shock into prices over time.
We ﬂnd that there is a large diﬁerence in pass-through into U.S. import prices of the average good priced in dollars versus the average good priced in non-dollars at all horizons up to 24 months.
Downloadable (with restrictions). We study firm-level pricing behavior through the lens of exchange rate pass-through and provide new evidence on how firm-level market shares and price complementarities affect pass-through decisions. Using U.S.
import price micro data, we identify two facts: First, exactly the firms that react the most with their prices to changes in their own costs are also. In a panel spanning the period from to and including up to manufacturing sectors, import price changes of Chinese goods pass into U.S.
producer prices at an average rate ofwhile import price changes that can be traced back to exchange rate movements of other trade partners only have mild effects on U.S.
prices. Formally, exchange-rate pass-through is the elasticity of local-currency import prices with respect to the local-currency price of foreign currency. It is often measured as the percentage change, in the local currency, of import prices resulting from a one percent change in the exchange rate between the exporting and importing countries.
. rate pass-through in s of tobacco from Brazil (Pompelli and Pick, )iexportsofrice(Yumkella,Unnevehr,andGarcia,). Morerecently,Miljkovic,Brester,andMarsh()foundincompleteexchange rate pass-through for U.S.
beef, pork, and poultry export prices for several. depreciation of the Canadian dollar vis-a-vis the U.S. dollar since late This paper provides a broad overview of the various mechanisms by which exchange rate movements pass through to consumer prices and discusses the implications of exchange rate Cited by: 3.
I present a sticky-wage model of exchange rate pass-through with heterogeneous producers and endogenous markups. The model shows that low levels of exchange rate pass-through to rm- and aggregate-level import prices coexist with large movements in trade ows.
After an exchange rate shock, aggregate import prices are subject to a composition bias. Although exchange rate pass-through into import prices is often assumed to be symmetric to appreciations and depreciations, we show that foreign currency appreciations pass through faster than foreign currency depreciations into product-level U.S.
import prices. Exchange-Rate Pass-Through to Import Prices in the Euro Area José Manuel Campa, Linda S. Goldberg, José M.
González-Mínguez. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in September NBER Program(s):International Finance and Macroeconomics This paper presents an empirical analysis of transmission rates from exchange rate movements to import prices, across countries and Cited by: Short-run pass-through into the import price index is a combination of the fraction of firms changing prices and desired pass-through.
In the next sub-section we explore the role of the currency in which prices are set on ERPT. Currency of Pricing and Exchange Rate Pass-through. Most countries import goods that are priced in multiple Cited by: Exchange-Rate Pass-Through to Import Prices.
U.S. consumers often will not see the full percentage of a dollar depreciation reflected in dollar-denominated import prices. How much of the exchange-rate depreciation eventually gets passed through to dollar import prices depends on myriad industry-specific things that influence the Cited by: 5.
The recent decrease in the responsiveness of U.S. import prices to exchange rates can be explained by the entry of these new exporters. This paper finds support for this explanation by testing another implication of this type of heterogeneous firm model: lower exchange rate pass-through for goods that are traded for short periods of by: 6.
pass-through from exchange rates to import prices. In practice, many U.S. import prices tend to rise by only around 1/2 of a typical dollar depreciation over the following year.Exchange rate pass-through to U.S. import prices: some new evidence. Jon Faust, Joseph Gagnon, Mario Marazzi, Jaime R.
Marquez, Robert Martin (), Trevor A. Reeve, John Rogers (), Nathan Sheets and Robert Vigfusson (). NoInternational Finance Discussion Papers from Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (U.S.) Abstract: This paper documents a sustained decline in exchange rate Cited by: Much of the literature on exchange rate pass-through has focused on pass-through to a single price variable (such as import, pro-ducer or consumer prices) and on di erences between countries or industries.
Campa and Goldberg () use a single equation ap-proach to estimate pass-through to import prices for a sample of OECD countries, nding.