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MNI: EU States Must Prepare For NIRP Exit - Buba's Nagel

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Bundesbank head Nagel says rate hikes coming and all must ready for an exit of ultra easy policy.

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The overall number of interest rate hikes undertaken by the European Central Bank this year “remains to be seen,” Bundesbank president Joachim Nagel said in a speech Wednesday, although he believes negative interest rate will be history in the euro area “relatively soon” following swift and smooth exit from very accommodative monetary policy.

Having acted in concert during the Covid-19 pandemic, the interplay between monetary and fiscal policy could now change in high of rising inflation and the challenge of mitigating the distributional implications of rising energy and commodity prices, amid a slowing recovery and already diminished fiscal buffers, Nagel said.

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The overall number of interest rate hikes undertaken by the European Central Bank this year “remains to be seen,” Bundesbank president Joachim Nagel said in a speech Wednesday, although he believes negative interest rate will be history in the euro area “relatively soon” following swift and smooth exit from very accommodative monetary policy.

Having acted in concert during the Covid-19 pandemic, the interplay between monetary and fiscal policy could now change in high of rising inflation and the challenge of mitigating the distributional implications of rising energy and commodity prices, amid a slowing recovery and already diminished fiscal buffers, Nagel said.

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