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Evening Headlines Bloomberg: Central Banks on QE Highway Worry About Running Out of Road. (video) Two of the world’s most accommodative central banks are starting to think about ways out of the bond-buying maze. Long after their U.S. counterpart ended asset purchases and started raising interest rates, the Bank of Japan and the European Central Bank continue to rely on massive quantitative easing in a battle to revive consumer-price growth.
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