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10 May 2013 By Ian Campbell

Relentless quantitative easing is driving markets to extremes. Central banks want more GDP growth, but they also get high oil prices, hurting consumers. They also get markets which rely on more money – and which could tumble when a stronger economy ends the QE binge.

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