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Special Edition: Central banks vs. Inflation and the Delta variant

Reuters has delivered unparalleled coverage in 2021 of the extraordinary actions taken by the world’s central bankers to limit the damage to their economies wrought by the coronavirus pandemic. Now, the efforts of several top economies – the U.S. in particular – face new threats: Inflation and the Delta variant. Fast, deep and always relevant, Reuters economics and central banks coverage spans the globe, with correspondents in the world’s capitals and financial centers consistently delivering market-sensitive exclusive news and insight from their numerous policymaking sources. Take a look at some recent highlights.


EXCLUSIVE Fed’s Kaplan wants bond-buying taper to start soon and be gradual

EXCLUSIVE-Delta variant delaying Indonesia’s recovery, inflation pressures, rate hike – c.bank chief

EXCLUSIVE BOJ policymaker sees prospects of deeper debate on price goal this year

Fed now facing twin inflation, growth risks as virus jumps and supply chains falter

Lagarde tames her biggest ECB rebellion through compromise and attrition

Seven months and ticking, the case for keeping Powell as Fed chair builds

Exclusive: BOJ seen cutting this year’s growth forecast as COVID-19 curbs hurt outlook – sources

Analysis: A fine mess – Weak inflation prompts a global central bank reset

Exclusive: ECB policymakers at odds on inflation strategy, hope for September deal – sources

Analysis: As Fed taper looms, global central banks eye their own exits from stimulus

Exclusive: Fed will limit any overshoot of inflation target, Powell says

EXCLUSIVE ECB expects data to vindicate 1.85 trln euro purchasing scheme – policymaker

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Shoppers browse in a supermarket while wearing masks to help slow the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in north St. Louis, Missouri, U.S. April 4, 2020. Picture taken April 4, 2020.  REUTERS/Lawrence Bryant
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