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THE CENTRAL BANK PIVOT



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Central Banks are slowly waking up to the fact that they cannot fix structural economic issues. In fact, evidence from the great monetary experiment of the last decade, indicates that they probably enhance them. The real economic problem is growing income inequality. Real economic growth is dependent on middle class consumption, and absent real wage growth, this consumption becomes ever more dependent on debt financing.

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