Forward guidance is unravelling for the major central banks in different ways. The approach of a single target (inflation) with a single tool (interest rates) is long gone. Instead, we are left with an array of targets, goals, thresholds, commitments and caveats, which is proving too much for central banks to successfully manage. Furthermore, no target is perfect and trying to achieve it can create more problems than it solves.
06/11/13 @ 14:41 GMT by Simon Smith, Chief Economist
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It feels as if FX markets have been in a state of paralysis for the past 3 months, fixated on the potential for Fed tapering of its monthly asset purchases (tapering). Think back to early July and it’s clear that something has gone astray. Back then, the tapering talk was gathering pace.
16/09/13 @ 15:13 GMT by Simon Smith, Chief Economist
11/09/2013 @ 07:21 GMT
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