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The narrowing options for Bank of England to act upon

This article appeared originally in Gulf News: link to original article

What should the Bank of England (BOE) do post Brexit? Raise interest rates versus lower interest rates? 633 more words

Published Articles In Gulf News

Youngest Book Reviewer

(BUGman authors’ are thrilled and happy to receive the book review of BUGman. Shreyas B Joshi 6th Standard RNS Vidyaniketan School read BUGman twice and wrote the review).  825 more words


NUCLEAR Levels of QE Are Coming

By Graham Summers – Re-Blogged From Gains Pains & Capital

The Central Banks are going to go absolutely nuclear within the next 18 months.

In the last few weeks we’ve seen the Bank of Japan, the Bank of England, the European Central and the US Federal Reserve all push for… 316 more words

GDP & Employment

Even central bankers struggle to provide proof that QE works

Today is ECB day with its President Mario Draghi taking centre stage at its press conference later on this afternoon. That is unless he is asked a particularly awkward question in which case the afternoon nap of Vice President Constancio is disturbed. 1,335 more words

General Economics

Notes From Underground: The ECB Is All the Rage

President Mario Draghi takes center stage tomorrow and as usual the press conference will be critical. The ECB official announcement is at 6:45 CDT with the presser 45 minutes later. 628 more words


Fantastic Four walk new path into nursing

There are many more ways into nursing than going to university as four women at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital are demonstrating. 670 more words


Quantitiative easing QE

Quantitative easing (QE) is a monetary policy used by central banks to stimulate the economy when standard monetary policy has become ineffective.

QE is aimed at stimulating economic activity, such as increasing consumer spending… 62 more words