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Quantatative easing, South African unrest, Open golf

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Ian is joined by Lord Forsyth, the chair of a committee which claims the Bank of England has become addicted to quantitative easing, and needs to provide better justification for continuing with the policy.

:: Listen and subscribe to The Ian King Business Podcast here.

Also on the show is Investec CEO Fani Titi to discuss economic consequences caused by recent unrest in South Africa, and Victoria Lajer from Stanley Gibbons, which has taken delivery of the world’s most valuable stamp.

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