BBC News – How Does Quantitative Easing Work?

Stephanie Flanders, the BBC’s economics editor, explains what quantitative easing is and how it is supposed to work, as seen on BBC News.

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  1. Jayarava Attwood May 16, 2013 at 11:03 am #

    It is a real shame when one of the most prominent economic commentators doesn’t understand the creation of money. Private debt around 440% of GDP. That’s around £6.6 trillion of money created by banks that are not the BoE.

  2. RenegadeEconomist May 16, 2013 at 11:07 am #

    Just plain wrong – all banks create money - not just central banks. This is the problem.

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