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One can argue that including one lag in the SVAR model cannot be economically

justified, as it is likely that some effects will come later than one month after a
shock. However, ignoring the information criteria and running specifications with
more lags yield very similar effects on the exchange rate as presented in the
report. One can argue that including one lag in the SVAR model cannot be
economically justified, as it is likely that some effects will come later than one
month after a shock. However, ignoring the information criteria and running
specifications with more lags yield very similar effects on the exchange rate as
presented in the report. One can argue that including one lag in the SVAR model
cannot be economically justified, as it is likely that some effects will come later
than one month after a shock. However, ignoring the information criteria and
running specifications with more lags yield very similar effects on the exchange
rate as presented in the report. One can argue that including one lag in the SVAR
model cannot be economically justified, as it is likely that some effects will come
later than one month after a shock. However, ignoring the information criteria
and running specifications with more lags yield very similar effects on the
exchange rate as presented in the report. One can argue that including one lag in
the SVAR model cannot be economically justified, as it is likely that some effects
will come later than one month after a shock. However, ignoring the information
criteria and running specifications with more lags yield very similar effects on the
exchange rate as presented in the report. One can argue that including one lag in
the SVAR model cannot be economically justified, as it is likely that some effects
will come later than one month after a shock. However, ignoring the information
criteria and running specifications with more lags yield very similar effects on the
exchange rate as presented in the report. One can argue that including one lag in
the SVAR model cannot be economically justified, as it is likely that some effects
will come later than one month after a shock. However, ignoring the information
criteria and running specifications with more lags yield very similar effects on the
exchange rate as presented in the report. One can argue that including one lag in
the SVAR model cannot be economically justified, as it is likely that some effects
will come later than one month after a shock. However, ignoring the information
criteria and running specifications with more lags yield very similar effects on the
exchange rate as presented in the report. One can argue that including one lag in
the SVAR model cannot be economically justified, as it is likely that some effects
will come later than one month after a shock. However, ignoring the information
criteria and running specifications with more lags yield very similar effects on the
exchange rate as presented in the report. One can argue that including one lag in
the SVAR model cannot be economically justified, as it is likely that some effects
will come later than one month after a shock. However, ignoring the information
criteria and running specifications with more lags yield very similar effects on the
exchange rate as presented in the report. One can argue that including one lag in
the SVAR model cannot be economically justified, as it is likely that some effects
will come later than one month after a shock. However, ignoring the information
criteria and running specifications with more lags yield very similar effects on the
exchange rate as presented in the report.