The four central bankers, Draghi, Yellen, Carney and Kuroda have commited to continuing to”give open guidance” on future decisions, as they slowly withdraw monetary stimuli.
Union Bancaire Privée (UBP) | Most analysts and economists believe global growth will remain solid, despite political and geopolitical uncertainties, in the second half of 2017. Economics and corporate earnings will be the main drivers for the markets.
José Luis M. Campuzano (Spanish Banking Association) | The key to monetary normalisation for many people is the moderate evolution of inflation. That said, it’s also important monetary policy adapts to the potential impact of technology developments on inflation.
Of all the arguments I have heard against monetary normalisation, I would definitely highlight the potential destablising effect which it could have on some financial markets. And I am not emphasising this in a positive way: I sincerely believe that delaying a decision which can help reduce uncertainty in the medium and long-term to avoid a negative impact (which I think will be limited) in the short-term is, without any doubt, questionable.