The Monetary Policy Hub (MPH) tracks central banks’ efforts to achieve price stability, maximum employment, and sustainable growth. With inflation near forty-year highs in many advanced economies, major central banks, including the US Federal Reserve, are raising interest rates and shrinking their balance sheets to control inflation. Our Hub provides real-time information about central banks’ tools, including rate hikes and balance-sheet policies, and details their impact on each country’s economy and financial system.
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Key Challenges for 2023
The Big 4 Central Banks
Key Emerging Markets Central Banks
Supply Side Factors Impacting Inflation
Future of the US Dollar
Research Team: Ole Moehr, Mrugank Bhusari, Niels Graham, Roberto Lopez-Irizarry, and Stefan de Villiers
New Atlanticist Mar 20, 2023
Central bankers must keep financial stability in mind as they fight inflation
By Hung Tran
It is difficult for central banks to balance controlling inflation with preserving financial stability amid a banking crisis, but that is no excuse not to try.
New Atlanticist Mar 15, 2023
Bailouts create a moral hazard even if they are justified. Is there another way?
By Hung Tran
The US guarantee for Silicon Valley Bank and possible Swiss intervention for Credit Suisse raise important questions. Here’s one alternative approach for large depositors.
New Atlanticist Mar 13, 2023
The Fed’s tightening is a recipe for global volatility. Silicon Valley Bank’s collapse is just the start.
By Martin Mühleisen
In this volatile environment, it may take less than a historic shock to cause severe disruption. Governments and central banks around the world better be prepared.
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