The Bank of Japan (BOJ) headquarters in Tokyo, Japan. Changing interest rates and government stimulus packages are likely to play a key part in reshaping the post-pandemic economic order. Photo: Bloomberg
The Bank of Japan (BOJ) headquarters in Tokyo, Japan. Changing interest rates and government stimulus packages are likely to play a key part in reshaping the post-pandemic economic order. Photo: Bloomberg

As the global economy recovers from Covid-19, the Russia-Ukraine conflict is banking’s ‘big black swan’ in 2022

  • Pandemic restrictions are easing in most countries, but investors looking forward to a global economic recovery are now having to prepare for a bumpy ride ahead
  • Central banks are tightening monetary policy, along with financial conditions that could lead to a downturn in the economy

The Bank of Japan (BOJ) headquarters in Tokyo, Japan. Changing interest rates and government stimulus packages are likely to play a key part in reshaping the post-pandemic economic order. Photo: Bloomberg
The Bank of Japan (BOJ) headquarters in Tokyo, Japan. Changing interest rates and government stimulus packages are likely to play a key part in reshaping the post-pandemic economic order. Photo: Bloomberg
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