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31 March 2015 By Swaha Pattanaik

The European Central Bank has barely begun buying government debt. The Japanese experience of massive purchases suggests low expectations are warranted. The Bank of Japan has yet to revive inflation. And it seems even to have lost the power to depress the yen and bond yields.

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