BoE risks recession
Julian Jessop quoted in The Express
“The Bank of England’s decision to keep interest rates on hold, despite the rising risks of a recession, is not completely bonkers. The Monetary Policy Committee’s job is to worry about inflation, not growth, and inflation is still well above its 2 per cent target.
“Unfortunately, the Bank currently lacks the confidence or the credibility to cut interest rates until it is certain that inflation is back under control. By then, it may be too late to prevent a prolonged slump.”
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Julian’s comments have also been quoted in Business Money and Wealth Briefing.