One extreme to another: A price worth paying?

Developed and emerging market central banks have started to “normalise” monetary policy, albeit at a slow pace. However, they have been largely powerless to deal with the negative side-effects of their arguably extreme, post-financial crisis measures. It has thus been incumbent in recent years on governments to tackle issues such as modest wage growth and income inequality, as well as

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Not all weeks are made the same

The next eight days could prove pivotal for global markets. At the very least the G7 Leaders Summit (8-9 June) and meeting between Trump and Kim Jong un (12th June), Fed and ECB meetings and tier-1 macro data could set the tone near-term for currencies which in recent weeks have alternated between schizophrenic and composed. G7 Summits have in recent

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