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14 July 2017 The Unwinding of QE Remains a Long Way Off

By Samuel Tombs

In an interview with The Times yesterday, MPC member Ian McCafferty--who voted to raise interest rates in June--suggested he also might favour starting to run down the Bank's £435B s tock of gilt purchases soon.

Posted: 13th Jul 2017 in 'UK Documents'

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