This column suggests a 'doomsday cycle' has infiltrated the economic system and could lead to disaster after the next financial crisis...
Over the last three decades, the US financial system has tripled in size, as measured by total credit relative to GDP. Each time the system runs into problems, the Federal Reserve quickly lowers interest rates to revive it. These crises appear to be getting worse and worse – and their impact is increasingly global.
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