Markets are stuck in a repeating cycle where central banks introduce more QE any time growth is threatened but, warns David Jane, there has to be a limit to the amount of debt the world economy can sustain
Since the global financial crisis, now over a decade ago, monetary policy worldwide has been reinvented with a new set of tools characterised by the catch all term of ‘QE' - that is, quantitative easing....
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