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The Governor, Mark Carney, will be answering your questions on anything relating to the Future of Money on Wednesday 9 January 2019 between 3:30-4:00pm.

Question submission for the Governor ahead of his session is now closed. The Governor will do his best to address as many of the questions as possible. Please remember to login in at 3:30pm on Wednesday 9 January to view his responses and to submit your questions live to the Governor.

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What dyou think about the Fed raising rates in the face of an inverted yield curve and problems emerging in the sectors affected by the tariffs? (Sorry its a bit off topic!)

Bekah Griffiths
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The population of UK has increased 20% over last 50 years. Has not the overall productivity increased by at least 20% over the same period in all sectors with better technology and training? If so why the government and population are in worse situation with regards to debt compared to 50 years back. Where have the productivity gains gone? Why is it not possible to afford a decent university education without going into massive debt. Why is it not possible to buy a reasonable house with...

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Do you think that the Banks ability to control inflation since the crisis and in the future is compromised by the fact that in the UK it  appears to be a unit root process since the crisis. So theoretically it has no tendency to return to target (if we assume that the target is the long run mean.)  Do you know why this might be? Is it because the natural rate of interest is so low? if so, do you think it will be harder to control inflation in the future since the natural rate of interest...

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How is the BOE going to push more stimulus into a future economy without new tools set by government for you to use.  How does the BOE expect to continue using the current tool sets available for stimulus given the current stagnation in the ability to increase interest rates and the inability to get money in the correct hands of those who can generate more stimulus within the economy. Chiefly small to medium sized business.

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Our Governor,   Mark Carney, will be logged on to Future Forum and answering your questions on anything surrounding the future of money, on 9 January at 15:30 . The deadline for question submission for the Governor ahead of his session is now closed. The Governor will do his best to address as many of the questions as possible. Please remember to login in at 3:30pm on Wednesday 9 January to view his responses and to submit your questions live to the Governor.

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