The trends of the various central banks
Industry experts suspect that the central banks in New Zealand and Canada will adopt a more restrictive stance than expected. The Bank of New Zealand has currently decided to reduce the current stimulative level of monetary policy conditions. Further asset purchases (in the Scale Asset Purchase Program) will be stopped. This is because the New Zealand economy is extremely robust. The official cash rate will be left at 0.25 percent.
Canada has a high vaccination rate and employment figures have recovered strongly. According to the central bank, the key interest rate will remain at zero until the inflation target of two percent is reached on a sustainable basis. Government bonds will continue to be purchased.
Japan, like many other regions, will probably have a long way to go. Japan's aggressive asset purchase program is likely to be maintained. Consumption is rather weak, while trade balance data are strong. Again, rising global commodity prices will push inflation up. The European Central Bank is known to leave its key interest rate at zero percent. It has been there since March 2016. The deposit rate is also left at minus 0.5 percent.
It will be some time before the economic situation returns to normal. The effects of the pandemic and recently various natural disasters are too great. Who wants to bring his sheep, that is, his savings in the dry, should look at precious metals and precious metal shares, because especially the former provides protection against value decline and crises and the latter offers yield opportunities. Opportunities are offered, for example, by Maple Gold Mines or Revival Gold.
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