BoE’s Broadbent discusses economic risks and stimulus


Ben Broadbent, an external member of the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) at the Bank of England, on March 14 spoke at a Market News International event in London.

In his speech he pondered what the build-up of debt by UK firms and households prior to the financial crisis reveals about the prospects for sustainable recovery, the key risks currently facing the economy and the implications for policymakers.

For Broadbent, the prospects of a sustainable recovery are more closely tied to developments

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