What If? - A Film Presentation at Bank of England Museum

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What if? is a lively documentary drama about a young entrepreneur called Alice who is setting up a small business. The film explains how the Bank of England contributes to a healthy and stable economy and what might happen to the economy if things were to go wrong. The Governor and staff of the Bank explain how interest rates are set to keep inflation low and how that helps to protect the value of our money and keep the economy stable. They also explain the Banks role in helping to maintain a stable financial system and why that is important to everyone.

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Bank of England Museum

Bartholomew Lane, City of London, London, EC2R 8AH

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Bank of England Museum

Address
Bartholomew Lane
City of London
London
EC2R 8AH
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7601 5545
Public transport:
Tube/DLR: Bank. Tube/Rail: Liverpool Street Rail: Fenchurch Street or Cannon Street (weekdays only)