Bank of England
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If inflation follows economic recovery, the Bank of England may be hesitant to raise interest rates enough to hold it back.
Don’t be surprised if this dash to gold has resumed in recent weeks – in a leading indicator of troubling times ahead.
Markets normally rally when central banks throw trillions of dollars at a problem. But not this time.
Budget 2020: New UK chancellor unveils £30 billion Coronavirus fightback – but debt forecasts look optimistic.6 min read
The new chancellor’s plans won’t look half as prudent if the economy tanks.
Why the Bank of England will struggle to stop the economic fallout of a hard Brexit – and could even make it worse.4 min read
Neither an interest rate cut nor an interest rate rise are out of the question if there is a hard Brexit.
It’s time to break the deadlock with a referendum on no-deal Brexit or Theresa May’s withdrawal agreement.
With the new Cabinet made up of ‘Vote Leave veterans and right-wing free marketers’, Professor Costas Milas discusses how the Bank of England may want to respond.