Fireside Chats - BoJ and ECB Strategy Review: A New Direction?

How will the upcoming BoJ and ECB meetings impact monetary policy strategy and markets?

  • What will the strategy reviews mean for monetary policy?
  • How soon could it lead to action?
  • What this could this mean for both JGBs, EGBs and markets this year?

In this episode of our Fireside Chats Series, we’ll be talking with Takashi Miwa and George Buckley our chief Japan and Euro area economists, on their thoughts for the upcoming strategy reviews of the BOJ and ECB this year.

Contributor

  • George Buckley

    Chief UK & Euro Area Economist

  • Takashi Miwa

    Chief Japan Economist

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