After the decline of key interest rates in the Bank of England and the Reserve Bank of Australia, the total number of cuts by central banks of the world rates since the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers in 2008 exceeded 650 times, reports Bank of America. Bank experts say that a sharp easing of monetary policy has become more positive for the bond market that the stock market and, investment in global bond since 2008 has reached $1 trillion, while new investments in stocks are estimated at $375 billion. The recent measures of the Central Bank of England, Australia and Japan have led to an influx of investment in bonds in the amount of $10.2 billion, in gold amounted to $1.8 billion, while the stock markets withdrew $4.6 billion with investors.  



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