SINGAPORE – Interest rates on loans and fixed-income yields may remain low for a while more after some of the world’s most influential central banks recently decided to temper expectations of an immediate hike in borrowing cost.

However, inflation has become a growing headache for the guardians of monetary policy worldwide, whose primary mandate is to ensure price stability.

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