Koo: QE Has Failed In Europe, The UK And Japan

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Koo: QE Has Failed In Europe, The UK And Japan “When I spoke with European monetary authorities last month, there were a number of discussions that gave food for thought. Specifically, I realized that while Japan, the US, the UK, and Europe have all implemented quantitative easing (QE) policies, the understanding and awareness of those policies differs greatly from country to country.” — Richard Koo on the aftermath of QE Quantitative easing seems to split opinions in the financial world. Some argue that the implementation of QE by central banks helped stave off a serious depression after the great financial…

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