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The Don of central banking

5 June 2019 By Richard Beales

George W. Bush’s defense secretary famously talked of known knowns, known unknowns, and unknown unknowns. The U.S. central bank, seeking better communication, could borrow the categories. They help explain why markets now expect interest-rate cuts while Fed rate-setters don’t.

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