New Policy Frameworks for a “Lower-for-Longer” World

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  • IMF published this video item, entitled “New Policy Frameworks for a “Lower-for-Longer” World” – below is their description.

    Can new policy frameworks spur faster recoveries and help central banks deliver on their mandates? Are there tradeoffs between adopting a new framework versus using existing tools more aggressively? And do “lower-for-longer” policies pose risks to financial stability and if so, what is needed to contain these risks? Join us on Tuesday, November 24, at 12:30 PM EST for our policy dialogue. Click/tap “Set Reminder” to be notified when the event starts.

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