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Central banks around the world are becoming increasingly dovish in the face of a global growth slowdown. It seems almost certain that major and emerging economies alike are prepared to pull back interest rates – even central banks with bloated balance sheets that have yet to raise rates in over a decade. In effect, the proverbial punch bowl is being liquored up to try and keep the party going, making it that much harder to eventually sober up when it inevitably ends.

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