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Central bank put still missing in action

Despite renewed falls in equity markets and broadening signs that investors are bracing for a major slowdown in the global economy, most central banks appear determined to press ahead with the most aggressive and synchronised tightening cycle since at least the 1990s. While policymakers may eventually relent, we think their willingness to impose further pain on financial markets continues to be underestimated.

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