Sarb’s Mminele on policymaking in volatile markets

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Daniel Mminele, a deputy governor at the South African Reserve Bank, on April 7 highlighted the difficult prospect faced by policymakers in advanced economies to provide a safe exit from their current accommodative monetary stance.

At the central bank's financial markets department's annual cocktail function in Pretoria, Mminele said: "The recent global and financial market developments are presenting challenges for monetary policymakers around the world, who have to ensure that they maintain

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