Central Banks Commit To Ease As Threat Of Lost Decades Rises

By Simon Kennedy and Rich Miller – Jun 25, 2012

Central Banks Commit to Ease Amid Rising Threat of Lost Decades

(Bloomberg) – Central bankers are finding it easier to support their economies than to spur expansion as the prospect of Japanese-like lost decades looms across the developed world.

Another round of loosely correlated global stimulus has begun after the Federal Reserve extended its Operation Twist program and counterparts from Japan to Europe consider more monetary easing of their own. The Bank of Israel today joined those injecting stimulus by reducing its benchmark interest rate for the first time in five months, in part to insulate its economy from “potential negative consequences” elsewhere.

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