Global reset – Monetary decoupling (Part 3: Consequences of diverging policies)

Global reset – Monetary decoupling (Part 3: Consequences of diverging policies) Phuah Eng Chye (17 July 2021) The symbiotic US-China consumption-investment relationship dominated the global economy over two decades. Academics debated on the causality of the global savings glut[1]; whether US consumption and trade deficits caused foreign savings to soar or whether foreign willingness to … “Global reset – Monetary decoupling (Part 3: Consequences of diverging policies)”

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