Central bankers in world’s key economies face crucial choices

China needs to grow at a rate of at least seven per cent in order to avoid too much unemployment (photo: dpa)
China needs to grow at a rate of at least seven per cent in order to avoid too much unemployment (photo: dpa)

The performance of the economies of China, the United States and Europe, and their interaction over the coming months will define global scenarios for years to come. Prospects for both China and the US look brighter with faster growth as central bankers seem to have learned lessons. The European outlook, however, remains gloomy in the short and medium term.

<i>Central bankers in the most important world currency areas will be facing crucial choices over the next few months. The key to sound monetary policy consists in abstaining from sending distorted signals which could induce economic agents to make poor decisions. Growth is below expectations in the United States, but if the ...

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