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Posen's depression alarm

29 September 2010 By Ian Campbell

Adam Posen has called for more quantitative easing. The member of the Bank of England monetary policy committee’s fears of a slump cannot be easily dismissed. But policy is different from the 1930s and protectionism has been avoided so far. More QE should remain on hold for now.

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