Bank of England looks to boost money supply in economy

02/18/2009 | BBC

The Bank of England plans to use quantitative easing to increase the amount of money in the system. The goal is to make it easier for banks to boost lending. The measures, which were unanimously agreed upon by the nine members of the bank's Monetary Policy Committee, are expected to include purchases of government and corporate bonds.

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