Monetary policy can affect relative prices

Monetary policy can affect relative prices in the economy, a new paper from the Bank of England posits.

The research finds that disaggregated prices respond differently to changes in interest rates. The research also shows that competition within industries plays a role in determining how companies set prices as companies in less competitive industries may be more able to pass on changes in prices to customers.

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