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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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Inflation: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

It has been said over the past few years, that the presence of elevated inflation in the economy can help to reduce the debt burden. One way to do this is monetising debt by using the Bank of England printing … Continue reading

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Euroskeptic Brits Face Tough Euro-Zone Choice

Europeans have never quite understood Britain’s reluctance to fully commit to closer ties but the reasons lie in a long history of independence. Britain is heading for an extremely tough choice which could affect the future prosperity of the country. … Continue reading

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The Paradox of Austerity

Martin Wolf of the Finanical Times, spoke on BBC’s Newsnight last night of the UK’s Paradox of Thrift. This was first phrased by Keynes and it basically means that when consumers decide to save money in  a recession and deleverage, … Continue reading

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