Monetary and Fiscal Spillovers Across the Atlantic: The Role of Financial Markets
Luigi Bonatti (),
Andrea Fracasso () and
Roberto Tamborini ()
No 2021/09, DEM Working Papers from Department of Economics and Management
We present a review of the channels through which the US fiscal and monetary post-pandemic policies may affect the euro area. US spillovers will likely be relevant and worth considering while setting the policy stance in the euro area, at a crossroad between economic global recovery and global overheating. A key role is going to be played by global financial markets, their appetite for open-ended stimulative policies and fears of hard disinflation scenarios affecting central banks' ability to keep the economies on the recovery path and inflation expectations anchored.
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