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MNI BRIEF: Earlier QT Should Mean Lower Hikes - DNB's Knot

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ECB interest rates should reach “broadly” neutral territory following December’s Governing Council meeting Dutch central bank governor Klaas Knot said in a speech Friday, with the pace of hikes increasingly likely to slow thereafter as other tools such as QT kick in.

“As the stance of monetary policy tightens further, it will become more likely that the pace of increases will slow,” Knot said.

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ECB interest rates should reach “broadly” neutral territory following December’s Governing Council meeting Dutch central bank governor Klaas Knot said in a speech Friday, with the pace of hikes increasingly likely to slow thereafter as other tools such as QT kick in.

“As the stance of monetary policy tightens further, it will become more likely that the pace of increases will slow,” Knot said.

Keep reading...Show less