Chief Market Strategist at WorldWideMarketsTue, Oct 02 2012 14:00 GMT
Duration: 0 h, 45 min
Moderator: Vicky Ferrer
Every major central bank in the world, led by the Federal Reserve has undertaken massive liquidity provisions to support their economies in the four years since the financial crisis. As a tool to prevent to prevent financial collapse these measures have been successful. But liquidity and low interest rates have not returned economic growth. In Europe, the United States and China monetary policy seems to have reached a practical limit. What are the implications for central bank policy, the trading markets and the world economy?
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