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20.10.2020, 09:40

Bank of England policymaker Vlieghe: It appears downside risks are starting to materialise

  • Not yet at a point where we can reach a conclusion on negative rates

  • There is a risk that negative rates end up being counterproductive

  • Outlook for monetary policy is skewed towards adding further stimulus

  • QE is probably less potent now than in March

  • Risks are skewed towards even larger job losses

  • Difficult to see a scenario where all furlough workers are reintegrated seamlessly

  • The speed of the recovery is likely to be slower while the virus remains a concern

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