DB: No, We Are NOT In A Low Return WorldRupert Hargreaves
Over the past few years, plenty of analysts have made the case that after the financial crisis, we've been stuck in a low return world. The introduction of stringent regulations, bank recapitalizations, austerity, political deadlock, a lack of business confidence and over-easy monetary policy have all been blamed for holding back returns and growth.
However, according to a new research note from analysts at Deutsche Bank, while it may seem as if the world is stuck in a spiral of low returns, compared to history today's rates and business performance metrics are not that abnormal.
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