Central Bank Policy
ECB head Christine Legarde is maintaining a dovish line despite strong October inflation numbers in major euro zone economies.
Though central banks have approached the problem with different levels of urgency.
Capital flight, inflation, and debt shocks are the risks facing emerging markets as the Federal Reserve plots a course out of monetary stimulus.
Citing improved growth and rising inflation, the ECB moved to scale back its bond purchases. But don’t call it a taper.
The Bank of Russia’s latest monetary policy forecast raises a novel possibility: What if the present inflationary trend isn’t temporary at all?
The Federal Reserve balance sheet just hit $8.1 trillion, roughly the size of the economies of Japan and Germany combined.
Either the target or the loose monetary policy had to go. In the end it was the target.
Federal Reserve officials gather this week for one of the most important central bank meetings in recent history.
Do spiking yield curves across the developed world harken the end of COVID-era monetary stimulus?
Powell’s recent comments reflect how central bank interventions have been normalized by the market, making the Fed’s eventual exit an exceedingly delicate affair.