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Governor Haruhiko Kuroda and his colleagues are right to keep yield curve control in place
The European Central Bank’s chief economist discusses the institution’s response to a series of global shocks
More nuanced thinking on both the currency and its inflation prospects
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IMF-World Bank meeting shows the previous hands-off consensus is still being left in the dust
Some economic arguments for benign neglect
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Central banks are playing catch-up but they cannot tackle the energy shock directly
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Beyond the unknowns of 2022, what does the shift in economic consensus mean for investors?