Markets warned on populism eroding central bank independence

The European Central Bank’s Yves Mersch, Member of the Executive Board, recently spoke about central bank independence. There is a long history of argument on this topic, and central bank independence has recently been attacked by populist-leaning governments around the world. Financial market participants should pay close attention, as what happens next is almost certain to directly impact financial market activity.
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