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A theory of stagnation

2 September 2015 By Andy Mukherjee

A spike in U.S. real interest rates, triggered by a tiny yuan devaluation, roiled world markets. Even so, 20-year bond yields are still just 1 pct above inflation. If even this is too much for borrowers, the idea the global economy is running out of steam gains more credence.

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