Central banks can’t solve the coronavirus but are succeeding in a key area

Moves this week by the Federal Reserve and the Bank of England show the capacity and limits of central banks in influencing both markets and economies. Central banks will not solve the coronavirus epidemic, and it increasingly looks like they can’t solve most problems, but they remain critical players in their key areas.
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