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    06.30.15
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    “Unconventional monetary policies help to finance the public sector’s debt burden,” wrote Swiss Re, a leading wholesale provider of reinsurance, insurance and other insurance-based forms of risk transfer. “…Today’s low interest rate environment is not only driven by macroeconomic factors, but also by policy actions that help governments deal with the high sovereign debt burden. These policies—called “financial repression”—have unintended consequences for both households and long-term investors like insurance companies or pension funds.” 

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