Global central banks this week will offer the biggest collective assessment of a changed world since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine sparked renewed supply disruptions and a sudden inflation shock for many economies.

Among the eight members of the Group of 20 whose monetary officials are due to meet, the Federal Reserve’s impending interest-rate increase is likely to steal the limelight.

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