Fed’s Powell Differs With European Peers on Climate Policy

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    Jun.04 — Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell, European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde, and People’s Bank of China Governor Yi Gang gathered at the BIS Forum to discuss how they could all have a unified response to tackling climate change. Spoiler alert: they didn’t all agree. While the most important central bank chiefs in the world all saw climate change as a pressing danger, they disagreed if it was their job to fix it. Here’s what they had to say.

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