Forward Guidance Still Isn't Working
The Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank are diametrically opposed on the monetary-policy spectrum. The Fed is debating how soon it should start to normalize policy by raising interest rates and unwinding its huge bond-buying program as growth improves; the ECB is only just about to introduce quantitative easing as the euro region threatens to slump back into recession.
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