Fixed Income And Currency Market

7 Mar 2022

Central banks nightmare is just beginning

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The Fed chair, Jerome Powell, testified last week that rates will start to rise this month, but pace of rate hikes will be slow given the Russia & Ukraine crisis. With inflation at 4-decade highs and interest rates at all time lows, Fed is treading thin waters as commodity prices are surging and US labour markets are very tight leading to high wage growth. Other central banks are facing similar situation and markets are starting to doubt their ability to handle the current crisis.

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Arjun Parthasarathy
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