Can central banks keep fending off a global downturn?

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The world’s economies are at different stages in the business cycle.

The US is still in good shape, though with some causes for concern; the EU has taken two steps forward (Greece and the UK) and one step back (Germany); while China is sensitive to the expected long-term...

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