Sweden's Ingves on central bank communication

In the speech 'Communication - what demands are made of an independent central bank?' given on 24 April Stefan Ingves of the Sveriges Riksbank said ever since the inflation target was introduced, transparency has been a guiding principle for Sweden's central bank.

"We are currently considered to be one of the most open central banks in the world. But getting where we are today has been a gradual process. The most recent step has been the decision to publish our own forecast of how the repo rate

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