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Oct 15, 2014
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Aging could return ‘old normal’ interest rates in time

LONDON (Reuters) – Even though it’s now widely accepted that the global economy is headed for years of at best slow, mediocre growth, the presumption of endlessly low interest rates has its doubters.

As world policymakers headed home from the International Monetary Fund’s latest financial summit shrouded in gloom and with few new ideas on how to reinvigorate their economies, financial markets have turned dour too.

Oct 15, 2014

Analysis – Ageing could return ‘old normal’ interest rates in time

LONDON (Reuters) – Even though it’s now widely accepted that the global economy is headed for years of at best slow, mediocre growth, the presumption of endlessly low interest rates has its doubters.

As world policymakers headed home from the International Monetary Fund’s latest financial summit shrouded in gloom and with few new ideas on how to reinvigorate their economies, financial markets have turned dour too.

Oct 14, 2014
    • About Mike

      "Mike Dolan is Reuters' Investment Strategy Editor in Europe. He has been a correspondent and editor for the past 20 years, working for Reuters from London and Washington DC in a variety of roles covering global policymaking, economics and investment trends."
      Joined Reuters:
      1995
      Awards:
      Reuters Editor of the Year, 2009. Reuters multimedia journalist of the year award, 2011
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