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Government says it may cut back on issuance in November amid easing borrowing needs
FT Series: Pandemic-fuelled boom boosts smaller urban areas but revives affordability concerns
Bank now has an investment portfolio larger than most of the world’s biggest sovereign wealth funds
Fourth successive increase as price growth hits fastest pace for nearly 5 years
Central bank holds first meeting since policy review changed strategy to tolerate more price growth
Central bank’s new inflation target sets stage for lengthier period of loose monetary policy
House of Lords committee says BoE has not provided enough justification for continued quantitative easing
Michael Saunders follows Sir Dave Ramsden in suggesting bank should act to curb rising inflation
A Fed mistake? Tightening liquidity?
ECB strategy review aligns it with Fed on inflation and unconventional monetary tools
Policymakers meet in Frankfurt next week to discuss how to adapt monetary guidance
Minutes of June’s meeting show some policymakers want to reduce stimulus
Unanimous agreement is victory for Lagarde but real test will come in scaling back pandemic stimulus
First strategy review for nearly two decades amends key elements of monetary policy
Tapering of asset purchases may start earlier than expected given stronger economy, minutes show
First review for almost two decades set to conclude two months early
Fragmented velocity rates across the challenger monetary system mean the spectre of inflation will persist even in a fully bitcoinised economy.
Price growth leaves central bank with dilemma over Erdogan’s demand to cut interest rates
Monetary policy is ill-placed to fix a property crisis
Launching digital currencies will mean even more responsibility for — and politicisation of — the world’s monetary guardians.
Economists expect price growth to pick up in the coming months
But the necessary structural reforms will be harder than many economists imagine
Jens Weidmann says ‘inflation is not dead’ and warns of risk that energy prices will rise
Battle for control of global monetary system escalates as BIS warns against private innovation
Fabio Panetta admits some oversight by regulators is necessary to avoid misuse