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Weakening global economic data triggered by heightened political uncertainty and renewed US-China trade tensions spurred central banks to continue down the dovish path this quarter. The US Federal Reserve cut rates by a quarter of a percentage point twice over three months. The Bank of England maintained rates but will look to reduce them if Brexit uncertainty continues. Finally, outgoing European Central Bank chairman Mario Draghi lowered interest rates and restarted the bond-buying scheme, all while urging key member states like Germany to open their purse strings and help combat slowing growth….

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