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Is the Whole World Addicted to Monetary Stimulus?

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Since easing measures started in the spring of 2020, the Big 4 central banks have purchased a total of $800 million in securities every hour of every day, and many emerging markets have experimented with quantitative easing ̶ a once unthinkable development. In this episode, Ron Temple and Aristotel Kondili, a Director and Portfolio Manager/Analyst specializing in emerging markets currencies, debt, and macroeconomics, discuss whether global central bankers can ever stop easing ̶ and whether it even matters.

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