Monetary union could improve British stability

The British economy's stability would be enhanced by euro adoption, a new paper from the St Louis Federal Reserve posits.

However, the research also shows that once large nominal differences in the degree of nominal rigidity across economies are considered and imports from the euro area are modelled as intermediaries rather than finished goods, the British economy is less suited to euro adoption.

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