Pantheon Macroeconomics - Governor Bailey signalled a potential shift in the Bank of England's approach to withdrawing monetary stimulus--whenever the time comes--last month in
an article for Bloomberg Opinion.

U.K. | 6 July 2020 How Would the BoE Reduce its Balance Sheet, if the Need Arose?
Governor Bailey signalled a potential shift in the Bank of England's approach to withdrawing monetary stimulus--whenever the time comes--last month in an article for Bloomberg Opinion.

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6 July 2020 How Would the BoE Reduce its Balance Sheet, if the Need Arose?

By Samuel Tombs

Governor Bailey signalled a potential shift in the Bank of England's approach to withdrawing monetary stimulus--whenever the time comes--last month in an article for Bloomberg Opinion.

Posted: 6th Jul 2020 in 'U.K.'

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