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U.S. inflation poses threat to the market calm

Perhaps Janet Yellen should think again. The Federal Reserve chair said on July 2 that monetary policy faces “significant limitations” as a tool to counter financial-stability risks. But thanks to the world’s big central banks, the markets’ fearlessness is uncomfortably reminiscent of the unhealthy calm of 2007.