The Bank of England has said it is prepared to cut rates further and expand its quantitative easing (QE) programme should the current downward slide in inflation worsen.
Presenting the Bank's Inflation Report on 12 February, governor Mark Carney said the Bank "has the will, means and responsibility" to take further measures, including changing the pace of rate increases,...
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