It seems negative interest rates are being seriously considered as a monetary policy instrument. But they may have some extremely strange effects. Would the world ever be the same again?
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Charles Goodhart evaluates the new policy, arguing that markets are signalling their belief in the success of current stimulatory measures in helping to bring about an economic recovery with legs.
Toby Nangle talks to Pieria about the Bank of England's forward guidance policy.
Miles Kimball suggests we need to revisit our ideas about the "natural" interest rate.
The growth in foreign ownership in the UK is something to be welcomed, not feared. Foreign firms increase competition and help disseminate new ideas as local firms copy business methods and innovation.
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