April 11, 2014

World Economy May Be Stuck in Neutral for Years

J. Warner, Daily Telegraph

The Associated Press

Low interest rates in the US and Greece are not a sign of recovery, but a warning of permanent stagnation, creating the potential for future financial instability

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TAGGED: Eurozone, United States, UK, Greece, Global Economy


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