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Debate inside central bank reflects questions over new variant’s impact on inflation
Ben Broadbent flags how workers could demand higher wages to offset rising living costs
Hans-Werner Sinn is back trying to convince us that the worst comes to those who wait.
Easing of soaring property costs may affect RBNZ rate rise forecast next year, says deputy governor
Market Questions is the FT’s guide to the week ahead
Michael Saunders says there are ‘advantages’ in waiting for more information about impact of coronavirus variant
ECB chief stresses central bank ‘would not hesitate to act’ if needed
Loretta Mester says variant could exacerbate supply chain crunch and worker shortages
New variants are a reminder that the US Fed and others are setting policy for an uncertain world
Third-quarter GDP contracts 0.1% in sign of how recovery has lost momentum
The FT analyses the rise in consumer prices around the world and assesses how long the trends may last
Fed chair’s signal of support for faster ‘taper’ shows top priority is taming prices
Federal Reserve chair Jay Powell is right to retire word that has caused confusion
Monetary policymakers must be ‘cautious’ as variant could delay world economy’s recovery, organisation says
Also, Glencore and Bluebell
Economist says it is ‘premature to even talk about timing’ of any interest rate increase
US central bank chair strikes more hawkish tone while acknowledging risk of Omicron variant
Anxiety grows over central bank policies as consumer prices continue to rise
Annual price rises are highest in three decades but central bank resists calls to tighten monetary policy
Biden’s lowest-cost remedy is to get tough on Covid
Powell has to secure normalisation of monetary policy as inflation surges and stimulus packages increase demand
The region is not experiencing the sharp price rises seen elsewhere because it handled the pandemic better
Central bank rate-setters say outlook for price growth in 2023 and 2024 remains unsure
Wheelbarrows at the ready.