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'Noflation' exposes limits of quantitative easing globally

CALL it "noflation". Consumer prices everywhere are stubbornly refusing to rise even after central banks have pumped trillions of dollars into the global economy via quantitative easing. Figures published on Tuesday show that annual consumer prices were stagnant in the UK last month, the 20th

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