«We could equate to Jerome powell, Chairman of the Federal Reserve, or Christine Lagarde, top president of the European Central Bank, with, for example, Miguel de Cervantes or Rosalía de Castro? If it were dialectical ‘goldsmithing’, the answer would be yes. And the fact is that financial market agents are demanding readers, and increasingly avid, of the words that central bankers write and pronounce. But unlike the great geniuses of literature, what they do not demand from the monetary authorities are improvisation skills. Rather the complete opposite.
The moment we live in today puts the aforementioned to the test again. And it is that the best antidote against acceleration, almost inevitable,