Back in April we detected a growing sense of frustration with the ‘lower for longer’ approach to monetary policy. This theme ran through our Global Economic and Markets Outlook for 2016 Q2. Years of near-zero interest rates across a number of major economies have delivered very little in the way of growth, and very little in the way of inflation. Nowhere is this more true than in Japan.
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