The unconventional use of central banking such as quantitative easing has artificially pushed up global asset prices from equities to property. Photo: EPA

Full effects of global financial crisis may have yet to be felt

With debt far higher today than 10 years ago and banks considered too big to fail even bigger, the have-nots are suffering most and seeking radical solutions

Topic |   Global Financial Crisis

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The unconventional use of central banking such as quantitative easing has artificially pushed up global asset prices from equities to property. Photo: EPA
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