By Allison SchragerPolicymakers take comfort that longer term inflation expectations still hover around 2%. That seems to suggest that eventually the pre-pandemic low inflation/low interest rate world will soon return and the Fed still has the credibility it needs to conduct monetary policy.
Judging by its latest World Economic Report, the International Monetary Fund is well aware of credit-cycle risks.
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