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A new chapter

21 August 2014 By Edward Hadas

When they talk in Jackson Hole, central bankers will undoubtedly fret about prices. It’s a waste of time. Inflation and deflation rates are too low and stable to be a threat. The monetary authorities have more important worries: debt, reserves and managing rate rises. 

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