Have We Reached An Inflection Point In Central Bank Interventions?
Accommodative monetary policies and central bank intervention has been a running theme for years, and at least in the US that looks like it will start to change in the fall when the Federal Reserve is expected to begin the next tightening cycle. But it may be that we are looking at a more general shift away from such loose monetary policies, and that recent bond volatility will be more common in the next few years.
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