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Uncovered interest rate parity

For UIP, the expected change in future spot rate = interest country A - country B, therefore, if interest rate country A is greater than B, we would expect to see currency A depreciate against B.

However, I believe that if interest rate in country A is greater than B, we should expect capital inflow to A and outflow from B leading to appreciation  of currency A.

Why does UIP yield different outcome to capital flow perspective? 

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Because interest rate parity isn’t intended to predict future interest rates, and it has no influence on them.

Interest rate parity is intended to prevent arbitrage opportunities.

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