Global Economics

Global Economics Update

19 April, 2017

Have inflation worries gone for good?

The recent decline in global inflation expectations has reflected some benign news both on inflation itself and on its key drivers. But even if inflation expectations fall further, markets should be careful about what conclusions they draw on the implications for monetary policy.

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