The bank of England is trying something new to control inflation quantive tightening taking money out of the economy which is why it doesn't matter so much if we go into recession for a while because it's still taking money out of the economy
BoE Gov. Bailey: I wouldn't put too much weight on whether UK enters technical recession
BOE GOV. BAILEY: I WOULDN'T PUT TOO MUCH WEIGHT ON WHETHER UK ENTERS TECHNICAL RECESSION.— FinancialJuice (@financialjuice) February 12, 2024
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BOE GOV. BAILEY: ANY UK RECESSION WILL BE SHALLOW.— FinancialJuice (@financialjuice) February 12, 2024
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BOE GOV. BAILEY: I'M PUTTING MORE EMPHASIS ON FORWARD-LOOKING DATA.— FinancialJuice (@financialjuice) February 12, 2024
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