The policy decisions that central banks are making are causing negative effects for the investment world. Instead of having beneficial aftereffects, investments in riskier assets are causing low inflation and low interest rates. This is making it so returns aren’t as high as we’d like them to be.
Andrew Milligan, head of global strategy at Standard Life Investments explained to U.S. News that “This is a world of low numbers. It is a very important statement to get out there. Investors have to re-estimate what returns they are going to get.”
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