Hossam Dan: Are central banks too hawkish?

Hawks support higher interest rates and a more aggressive anti-inflation stance. Image / 123RF

Opinion:

Central banks run the risk of causing an unnecessarily hard landing by raising interest rates too high and too quickly.

They seem to be reacting to the intense pressure of a frightened older generation

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