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Why the pandemic means lowflation for longer

Although the coronavirus outbreak has the capacity to unleash new inflationary forces on the global economy, it’s also exacerbating the powerful disinflationary trends of the past decade. Overall, we expect inflation to continue to undershoot central banks’ targets for a sustained period, keeping both policy rates and government bond yields at very low levels.

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