9th International Conference on Sovereign Bond Markets

Recent financial and real instability presented numerous unprecedented challenges to central banks and governments in both industrialized countries and emerging markets. As financial markets digest the latest round of QE unwinding, rampant inflation takes root in developed economies while the protracted war in Ukraine and new coronavirus waves in China both strain global supply chains and destabilize the pre-existing economic and geopolitical order. This unprecedented confluence of challenges will force policy makers to adopt new strategies, often untested, in order to fight inflation and ensure stable deficit funding while minimizing the potential distortions of their actions on both Wall Street and Main Street - from liquidity drainage to excessive economic contraction to volatility and financial instability.