Analysis: U.K. quantitative easing can't come soon enough

10/2/2011 | Economist (free content), The

The Bank of England appears to be getting ready for another round of quantitative easing. That's a good thing because Britain's economy needs help, according to The Economist. The number of people on unemployment benefits is rising quickly, and the economy has hardly grown in the past year. "British policymakers should do all they can to lift the economy," the magazine notes. "But they know that Europe might ultimately decide its fate."

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