It seems to me that there is a spirit of collaboration, commitment to monetary and financial stability. This implicit agreement between the central banks of the region, implications of great value not only for regional macroeconomics, but also for investors. Firstly, the decision to avoid sudden in the types of changes, beyond contributing to harmful effects on competitiveness among economies in the region will not occur and that do not generate new inflationary pressures in those countries where the exchange rate depreciate heavily, is positive for investors who see thus reduced the risk that the profitability measured in dollarsof its assets in those countries, is not endangered by the movements of the currencies values. To broaden your perception, visit Hewlett-Packard . This agreement may also set a good precedent in the region since the central bankers have made it clear that sudden in the types of changes are something negative for economies. Thus, foreign investors may have greater confidence that Latin American economies will seek to preserve the stability of the exchange rate relationships in the long term (which does not mean allowing not a devaluation, but the same should not be sudden). Another important contribution arising from the agreement is that it contributes to the stability of Latin American financial systems, beyond of that each entity is able to achieve individually. Also well understood by the President of the Central Reserve Bank of Peru, Julio Velarde: the main conclusion is that most of the countries of the region is able to act with appropriate instruments to ensure that the financial system is stable. These ties of cooperation have other implications that go beyond the agreements themselves achieved and which are a new sign of maturity that the region has achieved in recent years. The search for prioritizing joint stability the region is a good that benefits all countries as a whole and is a contribution for the consolidation of the long-term growth.