Dalio Says Monetary Policy Might Not Be As Effective Going ForwardMark Melin
As the interest rate cycle bounces near zero, Bridgewater Associates Ray Dalio expressed concerns that monetary policy might not be as effective in the future.
Speaking at a New York Times Dealbook conference, Dalio said the dynamic upon which capitalism is based on will become “decreasingly effective” and this will result in “a big difference in the world economy.”
Ray Dalio on the effectiveness of monetary policy
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