In-depth reports less frequent than monetary policy meetings

Over 80% of central banks set monetary policy without always publishing in-depth reports

At the majority of central banks that responded to the Monetary Policy Benchmarks 2021, in-depth reports are published less frequently than policy is set. 

Monetary policy reports, sometimes known as inflation reports, set out the economic analysis and projections behind central banks decisions. 

Central Banking found 83% of respondents said they publish less than one in-depth report for every monetary policy meeting. The median number of times a year that central banks publish monetary policy

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