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Quantitative easing, will they stop it today, what do you think?

I have a feeling they will be cautious and stop it today.

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Quantitative easing, will they stop it today, what do you think?

I have a feeling they will be cautious and stop it today.

No. BoE always delivers what City demands. Otherwise Haliwide won't have money to bid for own repos (AFAIK, auctioneers demand 10% upfront).

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Quantitative easing, will they stop it today, what do you think?

I have a feeling they will be cautious and stop it today.

Yes, they will be cautious. There are tentative signs that the worst is over. Not sure if they will announce a permanent halt today though.

A decision to pause and look again next month would be my guess.

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Yes, they will be cautious. There are tentative signs that the worst is over. Not sure if they will announce a permanent halt today though.

A decision to pause and look again next month would be my guess.

+1.

The proper tin hat approach to forcasting though is to expect the unexpected, on the basis that GS has bet against the consensus and will get their way.

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Balance sheet re-bailing sorry re-building nearly done and dusted me thinks? Back to normaility, higher rates, more profits, currency debasement over, imported inflation starting to take effect?

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if they they are stopping they will lie.

The BoE started debasing the money supply in 1694 and isn't about to stop now.

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Why does the red line have spikes precisely every year?

Anyone know?

Christmas

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SURPRISE!!!

Not.

Once you start, you can't stop. I have predicted this for months.

The demented officials will keep on printing and buying their own bonds just like Zimbabwe, Argentina, and many other failed states. seen it happen dozens off times and it never works and just makes it all worse

QE is helping prop up the banks who make their big profits on the widening spreads, so it's basically a scam.

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Also likely to stave off deflation as per the other thread.

you mean likely to prop up prices and rip off the people, yes that's what it is

QE is a hidden tax we can do without, sooner or later you will see the affects in the supermarket etc.

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