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Make do and lend

26 September 2012 By George Hay

The Bank of England’s scheme to subsidise lending to the economy is meant to increase credit to small businesses and aspiring homeowners. But for all the hype, banks get the cheap funding if they just hold loan books flat. The real benefit may be in stopping rampant deleveraging.

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