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BoE faces tension over stimulus optionsđź‘‘

Bank of England policymakers are set for a rare internal battle over how best to boost the recovery from coronavirus later this year if extra stimulus is needed.

In speeches last week, the views on the central bank’s monetary policy committee have become increasingly entrenched between those that think the BoE should create more money to buy government bonds, expanding the quantitative easing programme, and those that want to set a negative official interest rate.

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