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Providing cheap loans to the banking system in return for more lending to households and firms has become a common tool for some of the world’s largest central banks. However, in our view, attempts to scale up these programs would have rapidly diminishing returns and so we do not view funding for lending as an alternative to interest rate cuts or quantitative easing.
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