According to some analysts, the expansionary monetary policy of quantitative easing has threatened the international financial system. They warned that the “near unlimited availability of central bank liquidity to the banking sector and the shadow banking sector” had the possible effect of misallocating capital and encouraging investors to take on a high level of risk. Such excess of liquidity threatened to create credit bubbles, and subsequent busts, in emerging markets.
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