The Fiji dollar is tipped to be devalued another 5 to 10 per cent.
Coupfourpointfive sources in Suva say talk of a second devaluation is strong - with some suggesting it could happen as early as tomorrow.
The Fiji dollar was devalued 20 per cent by the interim government on April the 15th, five days after the Constitution was abrogated by President Ratu Josefa Iloilo on Good Friday.
Suva sources are confident the Fiji Reserve Bank, at the instigation of the interim government, is to devalue the dollar further.
Critics denounced the first devaluation saying it'll cause further hardship for Fiji's population.
Some business analysts, however, welcomed the devaluation as a positive move for the economy.