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It’s Wrong to Bully Central Banks

Disagreements are part of the way things work—intimidation is not

The long-cherished principle of independence for central banks seems to be under attack around the world. That principle is worth defending: U.S. President-elect Donald Trump, for one, went too far in his repeated criticism of Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen. At the same time, central

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