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Central bank’s own actions may have set in motion chain of events that led to governments’ decisions to levy their lenders
The after-effects of aggressive monetary easing are proving as sticky as inflation
The frequency of price cuts by companies for consumers will be a key metric for markets to gauge interest rate peaks
The three Ts solution: triage, time and trillions
The past does not provide us with all the answers, but it offers some guidance
Central banks may wish they’d been more careful what they’d wished for
The pace of US economic growth is set to have slowed in the final quarter of 2022
Policymakers need to heed the risk of a recession and market turmoil
IMF calls on member states to increase jointly backed debt to protect against risk of individual default
Surge in US borrowing costs is having spillover effects for the rest of the world
New laws and shortcomings of just-in-time logistics mean businesses pay more attention to due diligence
If the cost of a basic commodity is surging in a competitive market then pressures may persist longer than some expect
Price pressures might have reached their peak, but the descent is unlikely to be as swift as the surge
Another wave of global rate rises beckons following the US central bank’s latest mega move
From neutral to negative, central banks are taking vastly different paths
Plus, why globalisation has more life in it than some expect
The greenback remains unchallenged as the currency of choice for monetary officialdom
The watery part of the world economy is yet to find its anchor.
Modern lessons from the pound’s surprisingly slow but irresistible loss of the global reserve currency crown.
Strange things are afoot with the letter K.
Monetary policymakers’ frameworks are no longer fit for purpose and no-one seems to have any idea what to replace them with.
But we’re not quite sure why.
Bank of England stats out Monday show the use of credit cards is soaring.
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