Quantitative Easing -
Has QE failed?
And is helicopter money the final frontier? Our latest research delves into how the largest economies in the world have adopted QE, what this means to investors, and the longer-term implications.
At its simplest, QE impacts interest rates, and interest rates affect almost every financial decision governments, corporations and individuals make: taking out a mortgage for a family home, putting the summer holiday on your credit card, extending an overdraft, borrowing to invest in your business, and the cost of government borrowing.
To bring this intangible topic to life, we’ve developed a series of twelve questions, statements and quotes to prompt key discussions designed to debunk some of the myths, unlock some of the truths and share our forecasts on subject matters ranging from the prospect of negative interest rates in the UK to the debate around inequality, and whether helicopter money can actually work.
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Quantitative Easing Explained
To find out more about quantitative easing, we developed 'Everything you always wanted to know – but never dared to ask – about the exciting world of central banking', a light-hearted story about helicopters, printing presses and money creation.