By John Tierney 15-08-2019

Why QE Doesn’t Really work (4 min read)

The ECB is signalling that it may resume Quantitative Easing (QE) via bond purchases. And there is growing speculation that other central banks including the Fed could follow suit. Meanwhile, a growing chorus of analysts including Macro Hive’s own Salomon Sabbag are pushing back, arguing that past QE programs haven’t really worked so far and that further ones could do irreparable harm. QE was meant to boost lending It’s a tough call to make –…

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