By Karin Strohecker and Ritvik Carvalho
LONDON (Reuters) – Emerging market policymakers continued their easing cycle in December, joining major central banks in efforts to shore up their economies.
Interest rate moves by central banks across a group of 37 developing economies showed a net six cuts last month after a net eight cuts in November.
December marks the 11th straight month of net cuts – the longest easing cycle for emerging market central banks since 2013.
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