How an Extended Period of Low Growth Could Reshape the Financial Industry

2019-03-25T18:05:04-04:00April 6, 2017|

By Gaston Gelos and Jay Surti

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What happens if advanced economies remain stuck in a long-lasting funk marked by tepid growth, low interest rates, aging populations and stagnant productivity? Japan offers an example of the impact on banks, and our analysis suggests that there could also be far-reaching consequences for insurance companies, pension funds, and asset-management firms.

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With Global Financial Markets, How Much Control Do Countries Have Over Economic Policies?

2019-03-25T18:06:11-04:00April 6, 2017|

By Selim Ali Elekdag and Gaston Gelos

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The outlook for further interest-rate increases by the US Federal Reserve revives interest in a compelling question: In an increasingly integrated global financial system, how much control do countries outside of the US retain over their economic policies?

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