ECB, BoE, BoCanada signal coming end of ultra-easy money
Where are central banks at in their interest rate rising cycle?
The following chart comes courtesy of John Kicklighter
It seems that there was a "co-ordinated" set of announcements from Bank of England, European Central Bank and Bank of Canada after a central bank meeting last week. Each of these central banks are flagging the nearing of the end of ultra-easy monetary policy - and that the time to start normalising interests rates is approaching. Of course, the US Fed is some way into their interest rate rising cycle already underway https://tradingeconomics.com/united-states/interest-rate.