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Global Markets Focus

31 October, 2016

What do lower equilibrium interest rates mean for asset prices?

It is often argued that asset prices have been driven up by exceptionally loose monetary policy and that they are bound to come crashing down once central banks start to raise real interest rates back towards their historical levels. However, we are not convinced that this will happen because the equilibrium level of real interest rates is lower than in the past.

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