Christine Lagarde on Thursday will be on spotlight as president of the European Central Bank (ECB) as she sets to chair her first monetary policy gathering where investors will analyze signs of a change in policy.

Economists argue that Lagarde stands out as a good communicator, but as the new president is trying to learn the language of the central bank, her monetary policy statements can be misunderstood by investors.

This week’s ECB meeting will be the first policy-setting meeting with Christine Lagarde as new president.

“The excitement in markets in the run-up to the meeting does not so

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