The Swiss and Swedish central banks have successively announced interest rate cuts, and the global monetary tightening pattern has loosened again| Global 3:30

Will the global monetary tightening pattern further loosen as the Swedish central bank announces a rate cut, becoming the second developed country to cut rates after the Swiss central bank in March? Who will be the next one? Sun Wu, Chief Financial Market Analyst at Mitsubishi UFJ Bank (China) Limited, believes that the Bank of England will maintain interest rates unchanged, but its hawkish attitude has slightly softened; There are signs of a slowdown in the US labor market, which may be favorable for interest rate cuts; Eurozone inflation shows signs of easing, with the European Central Bank suggesting a rate cut in June; The trend of policy differentiation between European and American central banks is evident, and potential impacts need to be carefully evaluated.