In the media | 27 Sep 2021

ABC News: Will financial markets throw a tantrum when cheap money is cut off?

Central banks are trying to prepare financial markets for the day they start withdrawing economic support. All eyes are on the US Federal Reserve. Chief economist for BIS Oxford Economics Sarah Hunter comments that the demand in the private sector has been weak with regards to growth. 

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