More than 23,000 people in 20 countries were asked about who they think actually creates 95% of the money in circulation and who they think should create most of the money.
Positive Money is putting monetary policy on the political agenda. This was in evidence at the political party conferences this year, where we brought together all-star panels in packed-out rooms to talk about the need for a new form of monetary policy.
The Bank of England’s quantitative easing programme risks prompting a catastrophic loss of public trust in how the UK economy is managed, Positive Money warns. The campaign group’s director said that the public will “rapidly run out of patience”, as QE drives up inequality and effectively provides a subsidy to foreign-owned corporations.