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Inaction plan

20 February 2013 By Edward Hadas

One third of the UK central bank’s rate-setting committee wants to push monetary policy further. If the economy remains tepid and the next governor follows up on his dovish talk, the UK could test a no-holds-barred money-push. That would be exciting – but not in a good way.

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