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Central banks debate: can ‘high for longer’ substitute for rate rises?

  • What two policy options are proposed as alternatives? 

  • What is the end goal of both policies?

  • Which policy is preferable? Why? 

  • Are central banks across the world implementing the same policy? Why or why not?

Ariel Slonim at MRU Econinbox

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