The Kansas City Federal Reserve's Jackson Hole symposium, held over the weekend, attracted heads of central banks from Europe, Asia, Oceania, South America and North America.
One-hundred-and-forty-two central bankers, economists and journalists attended the meet, held in Jackson Hole, Wyoming - an area known for its outstanding natural beauty - and among the most eagerly anticipated in the central banking calendar. Among them were 41 heads of central banks.
From Oceania, Alan Bollard, the govern
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