Editorial: We need to trust in central banks to steer our economies through uncertain times
In the unpredictable world we now find ourselves in, the current gulf in understanding between central banks and financial markets is filled with risk
As the world faces the possibility – and perhaps the probability – of a recession in 2023, one question looms over the health of the global economy, the stability of financial markets and the swings in investor sentiment. It is: do central banks really know what they are doing?
From the financial crisis of 2008 to the height of the Covid-19 pandemic, the world existed in an era characterised by two strange beasts: zero inflation ...