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A weak currency isn't rebalancing the British economy – it's strangling it

Interest rates close to zero, another £50bn of Sterling spewing from the presses, negative growth, public spending up by 8pc a year and tax receipts down 7pc – not the death throes of the Weimar Republic, but the state of the contemporary British economy. The announcement yesterday that Quantitative Easing would be expanded to £375bn is good news [...]
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