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Euro shock policy

22 June 2011 By Ian Campbell

The central bank discussed adverse shocks from the euro zone periphery and mulled more money printing at its latest ratesetting meeting. A sudden Greek default would threaten the global recovery and the UK. But another round of quantitative easing should be a last resort.

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