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The red line

4 May 2020 By Una Galani

Rate-setters from Indonesia to Hungary are copying Fed Chair Jay Powell by buying bonds. Others could well follow. That will curb borrowing costs at a time of rising public spending. But these policymakers run bigger inflation and credibility risks than their developed peers.

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