Commenting on today’s Monetary Policy Committee minutes, KPMG Chief Economist, Andrew Smith, said: “There is now nothing standing in the way of a resumption of QE at the MPC’s next meeting in July.
“Inflation continues its downward trend and is on track to return to target in the next 12 months, the domestic economy is struggling and Europe, our main export market is paralysed by political and financial uncertainty.
“With most of the Committee agreed that further economic stimulus would be warranted at some point it is difficult to see what reason there could be for further delay.”
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