The UK wasted £375bn on a failed scheme to stimulate the economy and end the recession called Quantitative Easing. This was one of the biggest missed opportunities in history. Here’s how it happened and what would happen if the Bank of England had taken just a small fraction of the money they’d created, and put it into the real economy instead…

Posted by Positive Money UK on Wednesday, 10 June 2015

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The UK wasted £375bn on a failed scheme to stimulate the economy and end the recession called Quantitative Easing. This was one of the biggest missed opportunities in history. Here’s how it happened and what would happen if the Bank … Read More