Economic boost through QE & how this could impact the investment market.

Increased QE and Falling Interest Rates

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    In this review we take a look at the historical origin of quantitative easing and discuss its ever-increasing use in Western economies to stabilise turmoil in the financial market, paying particular attention to how its use will affect investors. The Bank of England’s Monetary Policing Committee (MPC) have pledged that rates will remain constant due to the £150bn accumulated from QE stimulus. However, market intelligence suggests that returns via traditional saving mechanisms could continue towards a downwards spiral.

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