2019-10-18 — cnbc.com
"This cycle is fading, we are now in the world in what I would call a `great sag'," said Dalio, adding that monetary policy, and especially interest rate reductions, were unlikely to offer much stimulus.
"Europe is at the limitation of that, Japan is (too) and the U.S. doesn't have much to go on for that," he told CNBC's Geoff Cutmore.
Dalio said the world was also experiencing the biggest wealth gap since the 1930s and that was creating political stress.
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