Central bankers will gather at their annual Jackson Hole meeting in Wyoming this week as warning signals from financial markets add to rising pressure to come up with ways to support the global economy. Investors are anticipating a fresh wave of stimulus measures.

"Markets have an insatiable appetite for easing," says Nicola Mai, a portfolio manager at Pimco. "No matter what central banks do, they want more."..

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