Hossam Dan: Are central banks too hawkish?

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


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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