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From Eastwood to Faust

25 September 2012 By Ian Campbell

Central banks have shown their firepower, cheering markets. But ECB bond buying can’t solve the euro crisis. And while QE3 may nudge the U.S. economy, it’s risky to reflate through housing. If central banks try too hard to do everything, they’ll end up spurring global inflation.

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