A commodity price shock could push policymakers to allow inflation to rise by as much as three points in some emerging markets, Barclays projects.
But if commodity prices reverse, Barclays sees little or mild inflation: rates might creep up two to four tenths of a percent in Latin America, and remain steady in Asia.
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