The Bank of England’s forward-looking monetary policy

The Bank of England left interest rates unchanged at 0.75% and will maintain purchases of corporate and government debt to ensure ample liquidity in financial markets and a sufficient degree of monetary accommodation. The monetary policy report outlined risks to the outlook and noted the adverse impact of Brexit, rising risk of protectionism and a slowing global economy. The IMF pared back its forecast for global growth in the previous three World Economic Outlook.

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Henri Kouam

Henri Kouam

I am an economist and contributor to Nkafu policy, a think tank. I cover global economic, fiscal and monetary policy with policy and asset price implications.