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This section contains documents and publications reflecting the Treasury’s aims to maintain a stable macroeconomic framework with low inflation.
Our web content was reviewed and amended following the 2010 General Election to remove information related to the previous administration.
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Setting out the path to sustainable growth
The account that holds the UK's reserves of gold, foreign currencies and International Monetary Fund (IMF) Special Drawing Rights (SDRs), with documents dating back to 1997. Includes FX intervention data series.
IMF provides surveillance of every major economy and reports for the UK are in this section.
Key documents in the monetary framework, the Monetary Policy Committee and Remit letters.
The history of the Trial of the Pyx goes back to the twelfth century, making it one of the longest established judicial procedures in the country.