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In the simulation, household deposits fall modestly. Higher mortgage spreads have a relatively powerful negative effect on deposits, as the reduction in mortgage lending reduces deposit creation, whilst the knock-on effects on GDP further reduce the transactions demand for deposits. PNFC deposits Household deposits % impact on deposits 20% 10% 0% –10% –20% –30% –40% 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 Fig. 9 Effect of all spread changes on deposit balances 2013 –50% The Analysis of Money and Credit During the Financial Crisis… 47 However, in the short run, there is some offset from unsecured spreads.
3 we show the impact of introducing a sequence of these QE-like shocks that deliver an impact on the money stock in line with the central case impact identified by Bridges and Thomas (2012) for the first round of QE purchases between March 2009 and February 2010—this amounted to an increase of £122 billion or 8 % of the money stock. The simulations suggest that QE has a positive initial impact on nominal asset prices of just over 20 % in the central case and lowers the spread of gilt yields over Bank Rate by around 175 basis points on impact.