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But let's start with the Americans and their quantitative easing.
Mind you, I am still trying to work out what will go wrong with quantitative easing.
And why should my friend have been sent down from his school, just for a bit of quantitative easing?
Look at all the new money we’ve created through quantitative easing.
That cannot happen again, particularly in issues such as quantitative easing.
It's down to whether they think quantitative easing will do any good.
People are getting a little concerned with the whole idea of quantitative easing.
The question is whether this will stand in the way of further quantitative easing.
The key things to watch, I believe are low interest rates and quantitative easing.
We don't want to spend 85 billion a month which is what the current quantitative easing has.
With interest rates so low, that means more quantitative easing.
He also called for a third round of quantitative easing.
Quantitative easing is supposed to help the economy in three ways.
It’s sort of like the situation with Europe and quantitative easing.
The idea behind the second round of quantitative easing was simple.
Quantitative easing has been the new decisions of the last few weeks.
However, all of this is to miss the point behind quantitative easing.
There are also three ways this week’s decision on quantitative easing could go.
But quantitative easing is moving financial markets like never before.
Does his blood run cold at mention of quantitative easing?
It's now in the third round of what is called quantitative easing.
Maybe the second round of quantitative easing will have more impact than the first.
The good news — quantitative easing will not cause inflation.
Is he a fan of more quantitative easing or not?
It’s possible that we could do another round of quantitative easing.
First, QE is not going to end for some time.
We just don't know what would have happened without QE.
Look out for another £50bn of QE over the next three months.
During the campaign we need to hear where they stand on QE.
America's QE programme has been running at $85 billion a month.
And who knows what will have happened to the QE policy by then.
Which seems to have opened the door further for QE.
Yet there are clearly serious problems with the way QE is working.
But at the same time, more QE there is also looking less likely.
As such, we continue to expect QE to be left on hold ahead.
If anything, the impact of QE could take even longer to show through.
Concerns about QE in its current form are growing, though.
Just when did QE really begin and how far up is that line going to go?
The important thing to point out is that QE was put in place for a really bad economy.
Given all this, a policy of QE might not have that much effect.
They therefore hold the view that QE will be with us for many years.
Thus it is likely that the QE program will be increased.
After all, QE on this scale has never been tried before.
I think that there should be further QE of £25 billion over the next three months.
That to me doesn’t look like the old ‘bad news is good QE news’ effect just yet.
And it's the same if you're using interest rates or QE.
It does call into question further QE and even the latest policy decision.
The jury is still out as to whether QE will create such growth.
It's hard to say for sure, as we don't know what would have happened without QE.
Basically this is not great when they’re still doing QE.
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