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The adage “a stitch in time saves nine” refers to how taking corrective action early can avoid a bigger crisis down the line.

This has proved apt in the context of effective monetary policy. Typically, central banks tend to look through supply-side shocks — such as unexpected increases in costs or disruptions to production...

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