Monetary Policy Benchmarks 2021 – presentation

Central Banking’s monetary policy subject specialist Daniel Hinge speaks with Christopher Jeffery about the governance of the policy function

Monetary Policy GMP 2021

Central Banking Institute’s Monetary Policy Benchmarks 2021 looks back at an extraordinary year for policy-makers, in which many adopted new policies and processes.

Covid-19 forced central banks to innovate, and many adopted asset purchase programmes for the first time. The benchmarking data shows around a third of respondents use asset purchases, including a handful of emerging markets.

The data highlights the varied ways central banks organise their monetary policy functions. Some are

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