ALEX BRUMMER: May challenges Carney's policy of quantitative easing on the grounds it hurts savers



The International Monetary Fund is doing its best at this year's annual meetings here in Washington to rewrite a little history.
High-profile warnings in the Fund's annual report on the UK economy, published in the heat of the referendum campaign, have been rolled back with the Fund's top economists claiming they were 'pretty balanced' in setting out the soft landing view.
That is not how most of us remember it. Managing director Christine Lagarde likely will face tough questions today, when she has her opening press conference, on her memorable claim that Brexit will be 'pretty bad, to... read more

 
5 October 2016 in Business, Views: 43
Source: Daily Mail
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