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Is inflation higher than central banks think?

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© AP There’s an interesting paper out from the University of Essex looking at whether the public actually listen to central bankers.This listening matters for monetary policymakers because central banks often justify their inflation targets by saying it gives them an easy-to-communicate goal to the public. This in turn, they claim, helps expectations adjust to ...

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