The European Central Bank is fighting a tough battle against prices that are surging due to an energy crisis that’s beyond its control. If the ECB is raising rates into slowing growth, will it eventually need to cap yields to stop another Eurozone debt crisis? We look at previous efforts to implement “yield curve control” to preview what may be coming from the ECB. And will a surging U.S. dollar catalyze a reset that makes emerging-market equities attractive again? Real Vision’s Roger Hirst discusses these issues before looking at the information we can glean from comparing implied versus realized volatility in the equity market.