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Global house-warming

31 March 2014 By Ian Campbell

It’s too soon to call it a global bubble, but house prices are rising in most countries outside southern Europe. U.S. quantitative easing is a big factor, because capital inflows generated credit growth in emerging economies. Tighter monetary policy, now, is the simplest cure.

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