APAC | Neutral rates will vary but generally be modest
Inflation is on the rise in Asia following hefty commodity price increases, and it may in some economies even increase above central bank targets. The question is, how will APAC central banks react to it?
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- Are rising inflation, prospects of (eventually) higher interest rates in developed economies, and the possibility of capital outflows putting pressure on interest rates in Asia?
- To what extent do secular stagnation-type factors contain neutral rates in Asia?
- When will central banks in APAC lift rates?
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