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"This is a very artificial market," warns Allianz' Mohammed El-Erian, and while markets are expecting an ever increasing pace of central bank buying of assets, their policies are no longer working... This last weekend comes closest to the notion of an AGM for the global economy. At the annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank, the heads of the two institutions reported on recent developments, prospects and policy implications.
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