Tag Archives: QE

QE cash, where does it end up?

A quick note on Simon Jenkins’ piece in the Guardian today on where all the Bank of England’s QE cash has gone. He says he can’t find it anywhere but if you take a quick look at the BOE’s weekly … Continue reading

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The Inflationary Risks Of QE

The Bank of England restarted quantitative easing earlier this month to combat the deterioration of the UK economy. However, past experience shows that this is a blunt instrument for injecting stimulus into the economy. It’s true that the initial QE … Continue reading

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Weak Trade Winds Warrant UK Stimulus

Britain sits on the periphery of Euro-Zone and US economic woe and although these hinder domestic growth, well targeted fiscal and monetary injections can help to ease the pain while we wait for favourable trade winds to return. Although, the … Continue reading

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