More frequent central bank communication worsens financial and macroeconomic forecasts

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Central banks have markedly increased their transparency and frequency of communication over the last 20 years, in an attempt to align expectations with monetary policy decisions. Blinder (2007) argued that the major purpose of communicating with the markets is to condition expectations about future…

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