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Depreciation defect

9 February 2017 By Peter Thal Larsen

Companies’ reluctance to invest is one of the main conundrums facing policymakers. A new Bank of England survey suggests old habits and crisis memories play a bigger role than any shortage of finance. It’s another reminder that loose monetary policy can only achieve so much.

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