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The stagnation threat

Secular stagnation is the idea that real interest rates are low around the world because desired savings exceed desired capital spending. This predates the financial crisis; real interest rates have been falling since the 90s.

That fall, though, poses a big question here: why haven't falling real interest rates triggered a rise in capital spending sufficiently big to stabilise interest rates?

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