Bulletin 19 – June 2012

In this issue we focus on:

  • Quantitative Easing – Why was it introduced?
  • Has Quantitative Easing worked?
  • What has been the effect of QE on pension funds?
  • …And its effects on the housing market?
  • What’s happening now in Euroland?
  • Some reasons to be cheerful

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