terça-feira, 13 de março de 2018

Política Monetária


Central Banks Are Looking for New Ways to Meet Inflation Targets



Central Banks Are Looking for New Ways to Meet Inflation Targets

With so many central banks failing to hit their inflation targets, some are considering changes to the tool kits they use to steer their economies. Norway’s decision to lower its price target is just the latest example, and follows more or less official adjustments in Sweden, Argentina and the euro area. Even in New Zealand, the birthplace of inflation targeting, the central bank is shifting to a broader goal that includes a focus on employment. But there’s no one-fits-all solution for monetary authorities and debate is splintered. Raising inflation targets has been discussed equally intensively in recent years as reducing or amending them. And while some central banks acknowledge a need to reconsider
Postar um comentário