SINGAPORE (July 28): The years 2002 to 2016 saw unusual shocks and stresses. In the early 2000s, liquidity growth was excessive as the US central bank responded to the bursting of the tech bubble by aggressively cutting interest rates — and then taking its time to raise them again.

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