These effects caused by a low inflation, low interest, but highly tax economy are the outcomes that are a current and continuing to thwart economic competitiveness and equilibrium across the UK manufacturing base.
This assignment therefore seeks to consider some of the reasons for the causes and effect of increase in interest rates that are now providing causal effects across the economy. In particular the economy of the USA, that has been a focus of concern across financial sector industries in the UK.
Commenting on the effect that world interest rates have on domestic interest rates, Mr King said that: "We look at the balance between demand and supply, we ask ourselves what goes into that balance and there is no doubt that what is happening in the rest of the world is a key input into that assessment. However, the way in which overseas interest rate changes affect our judgement is solely as an input into that judgement."
"all central banks are very clearly focused on meeting their own price stability objectives. Of course they take the rest of the world into account, but they do not say 'Oh gosh, Jean-Claude has put up interest rates, perhaps we ought to keep up with him'; it is not like that" (House of Lords 2006 p.10).
Therefore, the economics of equilibrium are a force that has to be recounted in that the elasticity of the economy is a crucial aspect of financial housekeeping in all World economies and despite the fact an economy must predominately consider its own fiscal policies, rather than being affected by other economic decisions.
The problematic area of asset is also a crucial factor when considering the level of impact on an economy, in the same report, the select committee discussed the recent developments in asset management in the USA which has infected the relational economies that have relied on in particular, citing Mr Ben Bernanke, Chairman of the US Fed. stated that:
Part of the problem concerning the relation between money growth and inflation is that for many households money holdings are an asset, as they are a form of saving as well as a source of potential purchasing power. The down-turn in stock markets in 2000 may have caused a flight into money and so begun the growth in M4. With the growth of non-bank financial intermediaries, and the increased use of mortgage withdrawal based on