The government is prepared to inject more money into the economy via its quantitative easing (QE) programme, according to George Osborne.Recent positive GDP and manufacturing figures led to the Monetary Policy Committee maintaining interest rates at 0.5 per cent and voting against adding to its QE scheme.The Chancellor told the Commons Treasury Select Committee: "The Governor of the Bank of England has observed that robust fiscal policy gives more flexibility to monetary policy, and that is the principle I take to economic policy-making."However, he added that he would "allow the monetary policy committee to do what it needs to do".The government has already pumped £200 billion into the economy through QE.The QE programme helps to free up cash as the Bank of England buys British government stocks from investors in cash, encouraging banks to lend to each other.Posted by Charles BakerCharles is a reputed financial analyst with almost decades of experience under his belt.
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