bundesbank's Remsperger on real-time data

In a speech on 'Real-Time Data and Monetary Policy' given on 28 May, Hermann Remsperger of the Bundesbank said that research on real-time data is of utmost importance for central banks.

"I think, the search for a robust strategy in monetary policy could be broadened to include the kind of measurement problems that we will discuss here at this conference. Taking this broader perspective, and that's my fourth and final point, a monetary policy would be considered robust if it performed well in the

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