The Performance Of Bank Of England

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The Performance of Bank of England and How the Outcomes Influenced by Policies and Objectives during the Financial Crisis in 2008 Introduction In September 2008, thousands of financial sectors all over the world went bankrupt like dominoes after the failure of Lehman Brothers Bank, which is also known as the Financial Crisis of 2008, caused the severe recession of the economies around the world. In order to help the country out of crisis, the central banks in different countries had to take measures to stimulate the growth of economy. The goal of this essay is to introduce the measures that Bank of England have taken in 2008 of financial crisis and will discuss the macroeconomics consequences and effects. Three measures taken by Bank of England will be presented in first section and how macroeconomics outcomes influenced by policies and objectives will be discussed in the second section. The Performance of Bank of England in Financial Crisis in 2008 Following the crisis of Fannie Mae and Freddie Macin Summer 2007, which is the beginning of the financial crisis of 2008, John et al (2012) find that Bank of England kept on providing liquidity to banks and making an exchange between high-quality assets and Treasury Bills through liquidity support operations and financial innovations which were also used by many other central banks. Adopting this approach means that Bank of England can make the financial sectors more easily to receive financing on such circumstance (Joyce
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