Monetary Policy Decisions

Author: Maksim Piskunov

November 6, 2017

Central banks met this week in the U.S., Japan and U.K. and while global economic growth is becoming increasingly synchronized, policy rates are becoming increasingly divergent. Maksim Piskunov explains why these monetary policy decisions have differed.

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Written by

Maksim Piskunov, MBA, CFA

Associate Portfolio Manager

AGF Investments Inc.

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