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Will growth in regional payment systems spur de-dollarisation?

Tech development to drive dollar decline does not necessarily mean it will occur
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Global coordination needed to help rebuild Ukraine

Global coordination needed to help rebuild Ukraine

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Cost of reconstruction could be as high as $1tn
Policy-makers should shift focus to economic resilience

Policy-makers should shift focus to economic resilience

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Unrestrained policy support should be stopped
Inverted yield curve does not prove US recession imminent

Inverted yield curve does not prove US recession imminent

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Other indicators tell a different story
Central banks can tighten by doing nothing

Central banks can tighten by doing nothing

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Pulling on the quantitative tightening lever
Victor and vacillator: Macron wins, Scholz hesitates

Victor and vacillator: Macron wins, Scholz hesitates

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From inflation to war - six questions where France, Germany struggle to coalesce
EU has opportunity to harness crisis to deepen economic union

EU has opportunity to harness crisis to deepen economic union

Capital markets and banking union progress could be made
Structural reforms required to safeguard democratic future

Structural reforms required to safeguard democratic future

Advanced economies have relied too heavily on monetary policy
Sweeping ever-growing debt under the carpet

Sweeping ever-growing debt under the carpet

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Will the debt pile trip up policy-makers?
Sunak’s Spring Statement neglects those most hurt by inflation

Sunak’s Spring Statement neglects those most hurt by inflation

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Chancellor chooses Sheriff of Nottingham over Robin Hood
Cocktail of private debt and inequality makes US more vulnerable to stagflation

Cocktail of private debt and inequality makes US more vulnerable to stagflation

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Strong middle class provides best protection from debt traps
Solving the euro area’s problem will take years

Solving the euro area’s problem will take years

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Quantitative easing helped but it’s not the solution
Wrong sort of inflation

Wrong sort of inflation

Legacy of quantitative easing could be part of the problem
Return of guns and butter: war, inflation and central banks

Return of guns and butter: war, inflation and central banks

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Lessons of the 1960s – how William McChesney Martin’s errors could haunt Powell, Lagarde and Bailey
Central banks must switch to a war footing

Central banks must switch to a war footing

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Financial markets haven't grasped fundamental shift

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