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Not what we wanted 

10 March 2014 By Edward Hadas

Central banks’ long-range rate forecasts prod excessive financial risk-taking and may slow necessary tightening, says the Bank for International Settlements. Forward guidance fails the risk-reward test. Although the BIS didn’t say it, the policy just doesn’t stack up.

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