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2016-02-18

Negative interest rates set stage for next crisis, Stephen Roach says

In what could well be a final act of desperation, central banks are abdicating effective control of the economies they have been entrusted to manage. 
First came zero interest rates, then quantitative easing, and now negative interest rates — one futile attempt begetting another.
Just as the first two gambits failed to gain meaningful economic traction in chronically weak recoveries, the shift to negative rates will only compound the risks of financial instability and set the stage for the next crisis.


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