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The U.S. boom won’t be enough to stop the rest of the world economy from slowing.
Central bankers are slowly raising borrowing costs to keep inflation in check with unemployment near the lowest levels since 1960s
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The average interest rate in developed economies crossed 1 percent for the first time since the collapse of Lehman Brothers.
There were also signs of strengthening inflation pressures for both input costs and output prices.
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