Global Central Bank Watch
This monthly publication analyses monetary policy in the largest advanced economies and a selection of emerging economies. The focus is on themes and policy conditions at the aggregate level rather than detailed analysis for individual countries.
- Forecasts for central bank decisions in twenty economies.
- Commentary on the latest policy changes.
- Analysis of major trends in global monetary policy.
- 1 December, 2014 in ECB, BoJ and People’s Bank to loosen policy further
- 30 October, 2014 in Recent market turmoil to have mixed impact on monetary policy
- 26 September, 2014 in The era of global QE is not over
- 27 August, 2014 in What did we learn from Jackson Hole?
- 30 July, 2014 in Should central banks target financial stability?
- 27 June, 2014 in First rate hikes getting closer, but pace of tightening to be slow
- 29 May, 2014 in Negative interest rates are less radical than they sound
- 29 April, 2014 in Does it matter whether central banks publish minutes?
- 28 March, 2014 in How useful are central banks’ own interest rate forecasts?
- 27 February, 2014 in Benign inflation outlook taking centre stage again
- 10 January, 2014 in Rate hikes unlikely this year despite stronger growth
- 28 November, 2013 in Is inflation targeting dead?