One such is an article in the Guardian: Q[uantitative] E[asing] a 'monumental mistake' pensions experts say. This points out that the effect of QE - or in layman's terms, 'printing money' - has been basically inflationary. It has driven up prices and driven down returns on investments.
And a key result, according to the article, is that it is pensioners in particular, living off their savings in one form or another, who are hardest hit - a conclusion reinforced by a financially savvy friend of mine.
All this is just by way of alarming you. There's not much can be done by the likes of you and me to change things, but my own advice (which is not worth much, I admit) is to buy 'stuff' rather than save 'cash'. Meanwhile, watch the effect on the economy which, since earning and spending represent our modern Baal worship, is bound to have an effect on the context in which we evangelize.
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