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Home > News and Publications > The distributional implications of low structural interest rates and some remarks about monetary policy trade-offs - speech by Ben Broadbent
 

The distributional implications of low structural interest rates and some remarks about monetary policy trade-offs - speech by Ben Broadbent

18 November 2016

Speech given by ​Ben Broadbent, Deputy Governor Monetary Policy, at the Society of Business Economists Annual Conference. Ben begins on the interaction between monetary policy and the exchange rate, before moving on to discuss how low interest rates affect the distribution of income and wealth.

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