Over the past decade or so central banks around the world have made some unprecedented moves.

The Federal Reserve kept US interest rates at 0% for seven years.

The Fed, the European Central Bank (ECB), and the Bank of Japan (BoJ) all launched massive quantitative-easing programs.

And most recently, the BoJ joined the ECB in doing what was once unthinkable: instituting negative interest rates.

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