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Central banks can no longer afford to act in isolation

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My main lesson learned at the Kansas City Jackson Hole’s Economic Symposium: just as the world’s politician’s are increasingly adopting a go-it-alone attitude, central banks are realizing that monetary policy needs to do the exact opposite. Here’s my latest column in the Financial Times. Share this

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My main lesson learned at the Kansas City Jackson Hole’s Economic Symposium: just as the world’s politician’s are increasingly adopting a go-it-alone attitude, central banks are realizing that monetary policy needs to do the exact opposite. Here’s my latest column in the Financial Times.

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