The issue is not whether central banks should wean themselves off QE but whether they can do so without bringing to an end the tepid recovery in the global economy.
Quite different from Spudda, who insists that it should never be reversed.
There is also this which is fun:
There were also better ways to boost demand. To an extent QE merely compensated for the fiscal austerity announced by Osborne (and strongly supported by Macpherson).
that is, if we’d not had the austerity we’d have had less QE and still ended up in the same place…..