Analysis: Cheap money isn't producing significant growth

04/8/2013 | Economist (tiered subscription model), The

Six years of historically low interest rates in major economies haven't created meaningful economic growth and might be setting the world up for problems, according to The Economist. "The way in which investors and the corporate sector take advantage of those low rates will set the tone for the developed economy in the next few years," the magazine notes. "There may not be blood but there will almost certainly be bubbles."

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