Central bankers to confer on Brexit-damaged recovery plans
Policy makers to assess impact on growth and inflation for EU and beyond
Listen at the doors of two major gatherings of the world’s central bankers in Switzerland and Portugal next week, and one might hear little but the sound of forecasts being shredded.
The world’s monetary guardians will convene at the Bank for International Settlements’ annual meeting in Basel over the weekend, and at the European Central Bank’s yearly policy forum in Portugal from Monday. At each event they may consider how, after years of...
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