What's missing at Asian central banks? Credibility

This article argues that Asia lacks a central banker with the clout enjoyed by the Federal Reserve chairman or the ECB president. This lack of credibility exists because of their aggressive manipulation of currency rates, their spotty histories of meeting inflation targets and uncertainty about their independence from governments. Amassing more credibility might lower bond yields, bolster stocks and attract more foreign capital, it says.

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