Comment: Developments in March

March was an eventful month in central banking circles. The Bank of Japan put an end to its "quantitative easing" policy and attention now turns to the timing of its first interest rate increase.


The first terms of the governors of the Central Bank of Turkey and the Bank of Korea expired and both will leave their respective central banks. The governor of the Central Bank of Kenya faces a tough battle for survival after being charged on four counts of abuse of office

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