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outlook following Britain's vote to leave the EU.  Forward rates imply that the gilt markets' expectation for official interest rates in 20 years' time has shifted
down to just 2%, from 3% at the start of 2016.

U.K. Documents | 26 September 2016 Is the Markets' Pessimism About Long-Term Rates Warranted?
The bond market has become extremely pessimistic about the long-term economic outlook following Britain's vote to leave the EU. Forward rates imply that the gilt markets' expectation for official interest rates in 20 years' time has shifted down to just 2%, from 3% at the start of 2016.

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26 September 2016 Is the Markets' Pessimism About Long-Term Rates Warranted?

By Samuel Tombs

The bond market has become extremely pessimistic about the long-term economic outlook following Britain's vote to leave the EU. Forward rates imply that the gilt markets' expectation for official interest rates in 20 years' time has shifted down to just 2%, from 3% at the start of 2016.

Posted: 25th Sep 2016 in 'U.K. Documents'

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