Economic uncertainty: important but complex

More and more, economists pay attention to uncertainty in view of its impact on growth, inflation and financial markets. This has led to the development of increasingly sophisticated uncertainty indicators. The experience of 2016 shows that financial markets are very sensitive to swings in uncertainty whereas the real economy reacts more slowly.

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