Vote now: Are central banks losing their independence?

There are growing arguments that central banks can no longer be considered truly independent. Constant whispers abound that central bankers are being pressed by politicians all around the world, the latest example being the surprise rate rise in Brazil this week, shortly after calls from the president and others for just such an action. wants to know whether you agree that central banks are losing their independence, head over to to cast your vote now.


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