One way to think about your question is to think about the starting point. We got into this with a debt-to-GDP ratio of about 31%. There's no magic GDP number. The reality was that we came into this, and we had a lot of space to support our folks. That was the result of a number of years of efforts to bring it down, so the advantage of having a sustainable fiscal framework is that in times of need like this one, you can draw down on that, and you can make the investments you need to support your economy.
The key thing is that we've done that. At this point I wouldn't worry about that. It's going to sound odd for a bank economist to say this, but I wouldn't worry so much about how quickly we need to get things back under control, because the reality is that we are going to be requiring substantial support, whether it's fiscal or monetary, for at least a couple of years. It's just entirely too early to start thinking about returning to a balance. It's just not the right time to establish a plan to balance.