Remove the crutches that have supported global growth for a decade, throw in a trade war, wage inflation and Brexit and, writes Edward Bonham Carter, you have a potentially unpalatable recipe for global markets in 2019
The party is coming to an end. For 10 years, central banks fuelled the good times with a combination of low interest rates and quantitative easing to boost the global economy following the financial crisis...
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