Once upon a time--as late as 2018--the consensus thinking in financial markets was that the Federal Reserve was but the first central bank to raise interest rates. Other central banks, most notably the European Central Bank, (but not the Bank of Japan, which may never raise interest rates again) were widely expected to follow suit. […]
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