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Hamish McRae: Why we may be moving into a period of higher interest rates

Published: 04 May 2006

Things have speeded up.
They have speeded up despite somewhat higher interest rates and much higher oil prices. So does that suggest both interest rates and oil prices will have to go higher before the cycle comes to an end? Answers on a postcard please.
So in the global money market there is lots of supply and unbalanced demand. The question seems to me to be at what stage rising global confidence will suck up the liquidity that has been created, and
force interest rates up further

The economists are sounding the alarm with increasing frequency, its TTRTRates. :o

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