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U.K. | 19 June 2020 Weekly Gilt Purchases to Halve, Following the MPC's Miserly Meeting
The BoE has lived up to its reputation again as one of the most unpredictable central banks.

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19 June 2020 Weekly Gilt Purchases to Halve, Following the MPC's Miserly Meeting

By Tombs Samuel

The BoE has lived up to its reputation again as one of the most unpredictable central banks.

Posted: 18th Jun 2020 in 'U.K.'

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