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Roach: US and Japanese central bankers are in denial over the signs of an impending meltdown

``Both are pursuing strategies woefully disconnected from their economies. Their latest actions reinforce a commitment to an insidious transmission mechanism between monetary policy, financial markets and asset-dependent economies. This approach led to the meltdown of 2008, and it could well sow the seeds of another crisis.''
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