Who sets interest rates? I ask because since Theresa May said that there have been “some bad side effects” of low rates, the Bank of England has been criticized for setting rates too low. These criticisms are wrong. One big reason for this is that interest rates are low largely for reasons beyond the Bank’s control.
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