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U.S. | 24 September 2018 How can the Fed Slow the Economy when the Private Sector is so Strong?
The big difference between economic cycles in developed and emerging markets is that recessions in the former tend to be driven by the unwinding of imbalances only in the private sector, usually in the wake of a tightening of monetary policy.

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24 September 2018 How can the Fed Slow the Economy when the Private Sector is so Strong?

By Ian Shepherdson

The big difference between economic cycles in developed and emerging markets is that recessions in the former tend to be driven by the unwinding of imbalances only in the private sector, usually in the wake of a tightening of monetary policy.

Posted: 24th Sep 2018 in 'U.S.'

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