Economics Benchmarks 2020: governing members presentation

Daniel Hinge

Last year threw up unique challenges for central bank economists, with disruption to forecasting, data and day-to-day operations. The Economics Benchmarks 2020 report explores many of these issues.

One of the biggest impacts of Covid-19 for economists was the effect on forecasting. Statisticians found themselves unable to compile many headline data sources, namely CPI, and unprecedented uncertainty caused many central banks to suspend their forecasting.

But in a bid to find new ways of peering

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