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Open Europe’s Jayson Probin and Raoul Ruparel investigate how the Bank of England might respond to the short term shock of a Brexit vote. Such an outcome would likely leave the Benk of England stuck between a rock and a hard place – disinflationary pressure from an economic shock and inflationary pressures from a devaluation of the pound.

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Posted by Raoul Ruparel

Open Europe’s Jayson Probin and Raoul Ruparel investigate how the Bank of England might respond to the short term shock of a Brexit vote. Such an outcome would likely leave the Bank of England stuck between a rock and a hard place – disinflationary pressure from an economic shock and inflationary pressures from a devaluation of the pound.

The post The Bank of England and responding to Brexit – between a rock and a hard place? appeared first on Open Europe.

Posted by Raoul Ruparel

During a Treasury Select Committee hearing yesterday there was once again a discussion over the benefit and cost of EU regulation and specifically Open Europe’s assessment of them. There has been some confusion over our position so we will use this blog to clear it up.

The post Clearing up confusion over Open Europe’s view of the benefits and costs of EU regulation appeared first on Open Europe.

Posted by Raoul Ruparel

During a Treasury Select Committee hearing yesterday there was once again a discussion over the benefit and cost of EU regulation and specifically Open Europe’s assessment of them. There has been some confusion over our position so we will use this blog to clear it up.

The post Clearing up confusion over Open Europe’s view of the benefits and costs of EU regulation appeared first on Open Europe.

Posted by Raoul Ruparel