The governor of the Bank of England has said he sees no need for more bond-buying by the central bank given the signs of recovery in the British economy. Mark Carney told the Yorkshire Post that the Bank would consider the case for more quantitative easing should the economy falter. "But my personal view is, given the recovery has strengthened and broadened, I don't see a case for quantitative easing and I have not supported it," he said.None of this grotesque wacked-out teasing about tapering. None of this "It's possible to write a strange science fiction novel about a parallel universe in which we consider the possibility of thinking about a theoretical potential of reducing our counterfeiting from $85,000,000,000.00 per month to $84,999,999,999.99 per month at some point in the distant imaginary future. But don't worry; this won't happen while life exists on Earth. As long as life exists, the Chosen People will continue to receive their expected $85,000,000,000.00 per month." Carney is just plain STOPPING. RIGHT NOW. Constants and variables again. When you see part of the system start to change, the satanic constant called Bugsy is revealed in stark contrast.
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