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Unwanted side effects

18 April 2012 By Ian Campbell

The latest minutes show the Bank of England backing away from quantitative easing. The change of stance is less due to pleasingly fast growth than to worryingly high inflation. Oil is the chief culprit. Central banks should recognise the global impact of easy monetary policy.

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