The Bank of England will tolerate the inflation growth by 2% due to depreciation of the pound sterling after Brexit, Euronews reported. According to the head of the British Central Bank, in the long term, decline of the pound sterling would help the UK economy to adapt. BOE specialists will increasingly focus on stimulating economic growth through maintenance of low interest rates in the coming years. Earlier, the Bank of England made it clear that it can lower the interest rate below the historical low of 0.25% to support the British economy. The Bank of England will make the next decision on interest rates on 3 of November. 

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