An intervention by politicians into the independence of central banks would "ring alarm bells", according to investment managers, after the institutions have been forced to fend off criticism from UK Prime Minister Theresa May and US President-Elect Donald Trump.
In November, Bank of England governor Mark Carney (pictured) spoke out after criticism from May there would be "bad side effects" from Bank of England policies such as quantitative easing, in particular...
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