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Read the latest financial and monetary policy news and commentary from OMFIF’s in-house analysts and global network of specialists.

Quantitative easing revives gold’s reserve asset status

Quantitative easing revives gold’s reserve asset status

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Once reawakened, central bank interest will not be quickly laid to rest
Central banks and the revival of gold

Central banks and the revival of gold

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Is this an opportunity to restore balance sheets?
Global public funds favour India over China

Global public funds favour India over China

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India is the most attractive emerging market for public pension and sovereign funds
India drives investment in logistics to promote higher-quality growth

India drives investment in logistics to promote higher-quality growth

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Gati Shakti initiative aims to revolutionise infrastructure development
Import substitution and the economic downfall of Argentina

Import substitution and the economic downfall of Argentina

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How misjudged policies led the economy astray
Global funds are searching for solutions to a difficult year

Global funds are searching for solutions to a difficult year

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Where next? The $26tn question for public pension and sovereign funds
This isn’t a corporation: US Treasury’s debt maturity management

This isn’t a corporation: US Treasury’s debt maturity management

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Acting like a tactical issuer would be unwise
Argentina and Germany: two very different fiscal problems

Argentina and Germany: two very different fiscal problems

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Finding a responsible path forward will shape their destinies
Storms ahead if monetary losses turn political

Storms ahead if monetary losses turn political

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Far-right rise exacerbates central banks communications problems
Insights from Budapest point to resilience in central and eastern Europe

Insights from Budapest point to resilience in central and eastern Europe

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Creative economic policy-making employed to address macro challenges in region hit hard by successive crises
Global financial system underprepared to deal with cyberattacks

Global financial system underprepared to deal with cyberattacks

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Cybersecurity should be central to financial risk assessments
UK pension funds can learn from Canada and Australia

UK pension funds can learn from Canada and Australia

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Consolidation and scaling will bring long-term investment benefits
Voluntary commitments insufficient to end race to godlike AI

Voluntary commitments insufficient to end race to godlike AI

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Binding policies are necessary to mitigate risks from unfettered development
German budget disarray sends out powerful ripples beyond Berlin

German budget disarray sends out powerful ripples beyond Berlin

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Olaf Scholz, encountering Liz Truss moment, could face early elections
David Cameron set to ‘slip effortlessly’ into foreign secretary role

David Cameron set to ‘slip effortlessly’ into foreign secretary role

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Former PM’s return will bring weight and experience to the cabinet
The time for Africa’s financial transformation is now

The time for Africa’s financial transformation is now

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‘The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second-best time is now.’ – African proverb

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