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Part of the blame for the current global financial crisis has fallen, justly or not, on monetary policy. The story goes more or less like this: persistently low real interest rates fueled a boom in asset prices and securitized credit and led financial institutions to take on increasing risk and leverage. Had central banks preempted this buildup of risk by raising interest rates earlier and more aggressively, the consequences of the burst would have been much less severe.