King says credit easing not for central banks

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Mervyn King, the governor of the Bank of England, on Wednesday rejected calls for it to devote more of its quantitative easing programme to purchases of private-sector debt, saying that this falls on the ambit of the legislature.

Parrying calls for the Bank to spend more of its quantitative-easing stockpile on private-sector assets, King said: "When it comes to buying assets which discriminate against certain sectors of the economy, there may well be very good reasons for doing that. But there i

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