Deflationary risks could be a long-term trend, says BoE’s Posen


Adam Posen, an external member of the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee, said on January 17 the shift towards a more globalised economy had significant implications on the conduct of monetary policy during the coming decades.

At the Royal Institute for International Affairs in London, Posen said: "The challenge for monetary policy will be to keep inflation expectations anchored in the face of real rather than nominal volatility, coming from both sustained long-term movements in

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