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The pressure on Mrs May as she went to Florence last Friday to make what was billed as the UK’s “Big Offer” speech to the country’s EU partners was intense. She probably did just enough to keep the UK’s exit negotiations moving forward.
Digital currencies – sometimes called cryptocurrencies – are suddenly much in the news. What is behind this, and what is the future for this new form of finance?
After our earlier articles in this series on the future of central banking, in which we explored the challenges of normalisation of policy as the period of QE draws to a close, in this final article we consider the longer term outlook, once the normalisation has occurred.
With the US Federal Reserve widely expected to start the process of shrinking its balance sheet in the next few months – a process that has been christened Quantitative Tightening or QT – we consider the consequences for economies and markets of the approaching normalisation.