Take Five: The grand 2022 central bank finale

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(Reuters) – The World’s top central banks dominate the agenda next week with indications abounding that the aggressive pace of rate hikes might slow, but not yet fade away given price pressures. China publishes key economic data as Beijing loosens some of its strict COVID-19 shackles, while PMIs will provide a health check for the global economy. Here’s a look at the week ahead in markets from Lewis Krauskopf in New York, Kevin Buckland in Tokyo, Dhara Ranasinghe, Naomi Rovnick and Amanda Cooper in London. 1/TWICE THE FUN Investors will be fed a huge helping of year-end U.S. news when Tuesday’…

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