Paul Fisher notes that the Bank of England's support for the economy had been "truly, historically massive - both in terms of liquidity insurance and operations and monetary policy." The balance sheet had expanded to as large a size as at any time in the past two hundred years, and the pace of change had been "unprecedented".
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