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Not a peep from the soprano

26 July 2006 By Edward Hadas

Central banks have tightened, but not enough to slow down lending. Credit is growing faster than GDP, and the gap is widening. That helps explain high asset prices. But a real liquidity squeeze would be painful. Will central banks have the courage to act?

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