Given the large amount of uncertainty about how the fallout from SVB’s collapse will evolve, we have grouped possible outcomes into three broadbrush scenarios. Only in the worst scenario of financial problems spreading overseas will the global effects become significant enough to materially alter the course of monetary policy elsewhere.
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