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Education Economics. With C. Scandinavian Journal of Economics. Low inflation is considered an important factor in enabling higher investment in the long-term. Stable economic growth.

Monetary policy is also concerned with maintaining a sustainable rate of economic growth and keeping unemployment low. The Bank of England set the base rate. This is the rate commercial banks borrow from the Bank of England. Changing the base rate tends to influence all interest rates in the economy — from saving rates to mortgage and lending rates More details on how the Bank of England set the interest rates Setting interest rates The Bank of England studies inflationary trends in the economy.

If they expect higher inflation and higher growth, they will tend to increase interest rates.