The European Central Bank (ECB) will launch a new conference in Portugal this weekend, as it looks to cultivate an environment for debating current policy issues and new research ideas along the lines of the Jackson Hole symposium in the United States.
The ECB has invited 150 central bank governors, government officials, financial market representatives and academics to Sintra – just outside Lisbon – for the forum, which will address ‘monetary policy in a changing landscape'.
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