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The inflow of US firms was particularly striking in the banking industry, where the culture of the City of London was rudely shaken out of its traditional values by the arrival of the more aggressive and competitive practices of American bankers. By 1971 almost 10 per cent of US outward FDI was in banking and insurance. , and G. Jones, ‘Foreign multinationals in British manufacturing 1850–1962’, Business History, 36(1), 1994, pp. 89–126. Steuer, M. , P. Abell, J. Gennard, M. Perlman, R. Rees, B.
31 In the interwar and postwar periods, however, the international use of sterling was determined by the organisation of the international monetary system and the need for reserve assets denominated in foreign exchange and acceptable currencies for international commerce. Britain’s return to the gold standard under the guidance of Winston Churchill in 1925 at the pre-war exchange rate showed the perils of ‘overvaluation’ and the importance of an appropriate exchange rate for domestic prosperity.
See also Fforde, The Bank of England, ch. 3. Letter from Keynes to Lord Beaverbrook, 8 March 1944. Keynes described the Bank’s approach as ‘sheer rubbish from beginning to end’; in Moggridge, The Collected Writings of John Maynard Keynes, vol. XXV, pp. 415–17. Quoted in Horsefield, The International Monetary Fund 1945–1965, vol. I, p. 52. Speech by A. D. Shroff, 6 July 1944, in US Department of State, Proceedings and Documents of the UN Monetary and Financial Conference, vol. I (Washington, DC: Government Printing Office [GPO], 1948), document 251, pp.