Central Banking

Comment: Summer roundup


For subscribers returning to their offices after the summer break - and for anybody wishing to catch breath before the autumn season - here is a check list of topics that have bubbled to the surface recently and are likely to remain of concern to central banks during the autumn:

· Uncertainty remains as to what the fallout from China's decision on to abandon its dollar peg for the yuan will be. Initially, commentators argued that a major realignment of global currency markets was on

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