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Bubble muddle

26 July 2010 By Hugo Dixon

The new bipartite regime, led by the Bank of England, won’t find life much easier than the old tripartite system. It will have to grapple with new tools, a new structure and possibly boredom. But if regulators remember that bubbles normally start in property, things may be OK.

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