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Pain aversion

23 Mar 2020 By Pete Sweeney

The central bank is holding lending benchmarks steady as global peers slash. Bad debts and capital flight risk make big fiscal and monetary moves more dangerous than in 2009. That pushes the burden for stimulus to the government. Either way, structural imbalances will get exacerbated.

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