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18 February 2014 By Swaha Pattanaik

The BoE reckons UK rates will peak well below pre-crisis levels. Unless inflation jumps, the same will be true in the United States and euro zone. That will leave little room for traditional stimulus when economies next slow. Once radical, quantitative easing may turn mainstream.

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