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Stimulus Is Failing: Global Banks to Break Support Levels, US Dollar Plummets to 2-Year Low

Central banks worldwide have injected further stimulus into the economy, as European Union (EU) leaders recently approved a $2.1 trillion budget, the Bank of England boosted stimulus injections in mid-June, and the Federal Reserve announced on Wednesday that it would keep lending until the end of the year. Meanwhile, bank indexes show that financial institutions based in the UK, Japan, and the EU are about to break support levels that have held up since the mid-eighties. The global economy looks bleak and the world’s central banks are trying really hard to keep the monetary system from breaking even further. This…

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