Several major central banks have adopted a more hawkish tone in recent months and appear eager to signal that global quantitative easing (QE) is slowly coming to an end.
This is not the first time we have seen a hawkish shift since the global financial crisis. Canada, Sweden and Australia all tightened policy earlier in the cycle, only to have to reverse course shortly...
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