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Central banks warn stimulus must come to an end MP3

The central bank for central bankers has warned that the unprecedented low interest rates and money printing programs that helped save the global economy from depression must soon come to an end. In its latest annual report, the Bank for International Settlements says the continuation of cheap money is resulting in more debt without economic growth to show for it. It says governments, in particular, need to undertake... Source: abc.net.au

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