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Twenty Central Banks Hold Meetings as Inflation Forces Split

  • Fed is expected to taper support while others are still easing
  • Bank of England’s hiking hints undermined by omicron
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The world’s top central banks are diverging, as some turn to tackling surging inflation while others keep stoking demand, a split that looks set to widen in 2022.