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The air gets thin

13 July 2007 By Ian Campbell

The world s central bankers have poured money into the global economy in recent years, bolstering growth but feeding asset price inflation. Higher interest rates are finally beginning to curb money supply growth. That could cause an ugly retreat in many financial markets.

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