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29 August 2014 By Swaha Pattanaik

A lower currency helps the ECB fight disinflation. It’s a curse for Swiss and Swedish central banks, which are running out of traditional ways to stop an unwanted appreciation in their currencies. They may end up having to follow the euro zone into less charted policy waters.

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