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Ray Dalio’s Dire Warnings
The Bridgewater founder is concerned about the ramifications of 0 percent interest rates as the coronavirus wreaks havoc on financial markets.
Ray Dalio is worried that long-term interest rates are headed down to 0 percent, quantitative easing won’t work, and politicians do not know how to stem the crisis.As a result, real interest rates will likely rise “because there will be disinflation or deflation resulting from lower oil and other commodity
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