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Bad company

8 August 2014 By Swaha Pattanaik

Ten-year Bunds look set to fall below 1 percent for the first time. Germany would then join Japan and Switzerland in being able to borrow for so long for so little. But ultra-cheap debt seems to accompany weak growth and too-low inflation, and lead to desperate policy measures.

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