Rising interest rates could cause economy to 'unravel', Ken Rogoff warns

Former IMF chief economist

Laura Dew
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Interest rates have remained low around the world
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Interest rates have remained low around the world

Former International Monetary Fund (IMF) chief economist Ken Rogoff has warned rising interest rates are the biggest threat to the world's economy.

According to the BBC, Rogoff, who was IMF chief economist from 2001 to 2003 and is now a Harvard professor of public policy and economics, warned people had got used to a world of ultra-low interest rates....

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