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Nagel’s battle on two fronts: inflation and Europe

Nagel’s battle on two fronts: inflation and Europe

First Bundesbank chief to face inflation threat without control over interest rates
Data is power in the world of green bonds

Data is power in the world of green bonds

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Outdated technology environments must be reinvented to remain relevant
AFT to capitalise with green linker as inflation demand hots up

AFT to capitalise with green linker as inflation demand hots up

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Divergent inflation expectations bring more opportunities for 2022
Inflation reaction: US, UK from Mars, Europe from Venus

Inflation reaction: US, UK from Mars, Europe from Venus

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ECB unveils ‘flexible response’ in contrast to Anglo-Saxon activism
ECB heads for end-year tension over higher inflation

ECB heads for end-year tension over higher inflation

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Discord building over minority council view on interest rate sequencing
Are central banks independent or almighty?

Are central banks independent or almighty?

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Time for humility and a return to limited mandates
Time is running out for Argentina and the IMF

Time is running out for Argentina and the IMF

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Needed reforms include moving towards a sustainable fiscal policy and removing outdated controls
CEE central banks take proactive approach towards inflation

CEE central banks take proactive approach towards inflation

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Advanced economies, too, must prepare for bigger price increases
IMF faces defining challenges

IMF faces defining challenges

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Debt, Argentina and other problem children
Fixed income is becoming central to responsible investing

Fixed income is becoming central to responsible investing

Investors can target sustainability objectives in new ways
BoE’s November decision showcases flexible response to Covid climbdown

BoE’s November decision showcases flexible response to Covid climbdown

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UK central bank normalising faster than other advanced economies
G20 is not up to today’s policy challenges

G20 is not up to today’s policy challenges

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Rome summit will be workmanlike, but unexciting
Bonds pack a bigger green punch than equities

Bonds pack a bigger green punch than equities

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UK’s sterling green gilt debut is helping to force change
New giant enters green bond market

New giant enters green bond market

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The European Commission is hoping to fund a sustainable recovery
DMOs reassure investors with policy response

DMOs reassure investors with policy response

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Coordinated approach of sovereign issuers boosted market stability

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