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Think global, act local

18 March 2015 By Swaha Pattanaik

Their global club, the BIS, is good at spotting trouble. Current worries include risk-taking enabled by easy money and illusory market liquidity. But rate-setters have to think domestic, not global. Their parochialism makes preventing crises much harder than predicting them.

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