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[De]Globalisation and inflation - speech by Mark Carney
Given at the 2017 IMF Michel Camdessus Central Banking Lecture.
18 September 2017
In this speech, Mark considers the impact of globalisation on inflation. He draws on the example of Brexit to illustrate how global factors can influence domestic inflation dynamics and the ability of central banks to achieve price stability.