What Hawkish and Dovish Mean

Another perspective to understand between Hawkish and Dovish Hawkish and dovish are terms that refer to the general sentiment of the central bank of any country, or anyone talking about a country's monetary policy. Hawkish has to do with things going up: A hawkish stance is guarding against inflation getting too high. Think about a hawk circling to protecting the upper limit of inflation. To curb inflation, a hawkish policy will increase interest rates, or some other equivalent action. An increase in interest rates can cause an increase (strengthening) in the country's currency. Doves usually stay on ground: When a central bank is dovish, they are guarding against deflation, or the cost of g


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