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Deutsche Bank Explains Why Central Banks Are Stuck

We have spent a lot of time talking about the unintended consequences of accommodative global central banking policies. Skyrocketing pension liabilities and the numerous corresponding reach for yield/duration trades, which have resulted in several of their own off-shooting market bubbles (in fact we just wrote about how one of the bubbles is bursting just yesterday "P2P Meltdown Continues: LoanDepot's CDO Collapses Just 10 Months After Issuance"), is just one of the many unintended consequences.
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