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Modern monetary theory may seem unlikely now but things can change quickly
ECB chief Mario Draghi this week surprised the markets by suggesting that the Europe…
The road to Libra is paved with good intentions
Dogged pursuit of goal within existing framework is opening up a range of risks
All eyes on Powell tomorrow afternoon.
Markets demand forceful action from central bank which has been failed by politicians
Bund yields hit record lows today.
History teaches us that when credit systems are replaced with payment systems, economies are starved of liquidity.
Central bank will now seek to influence rates in secured overnight money market
Investors should not rule out a radical change to the financial regime
The Old Lady of Threadneedle already has enough to handle.
Central bank’s latest meeting must consider response to sharp slowdown in inflation
The special lending programme has flown under the radar but could be a game-changer
Pioneer of radical monetary policies will soon have to innovate again
‘Fragile’ growth remains heavily dependent on central banks
This sugar-high circularity is great when markets are buoyant but painful when they reverse
Villeroy de Galhau: Better communication needed to keep trust in euro
Balance sheets can be a better policy tool than aiming at a certain level of prices
Bank of England economist says policymakers must understand regional disparities
Sceptics fear that a return to currency intervention would spell doom for Buenos Aires
Traders opt to take cue from dovish MPC in sign of departing BoE governor’s waning influence
The Federal Reserve is right to remain cautious about short-term developments
As results season looms, excuses for lagging behind US rivals are wearing thin
Monetary policy experiment raises questions about central banks’ limitations
Drop in technical measure of investors’ expectations fuels calls for monetary action