Pantheon Macroeconomics - Investors active in the government bond market will be awaiting today, at 07:30 BST, the publication by the Debt Management Office of its updated Financing Remit for the upcoming three months. The new Remit will show that gilt sales, net of redemptions, will be lower in Q3 than in Q2.

U.K. | 29 June 2020 New Gilt Issuance Projections will Imply Rising Private Sector Holdings
Investors active in the government bond market will be awaiting today, at 07:30 BST, the publication by the Debt Management Office of its updated Financing Remit for the upcoming three months. The new Remit will show that gilt sales, net of redemptions, will be lower in Q3 than in Q2.

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29 June 2020 New Gilt Issuance Projections will Imply Rising Private Sector Holdings

By Tombs Samuel

Investors active in the government bond market will be awaiting today, at 07:30 BST, the publication by the Debt Management Office of its updated Financing Remit for the upcoming three months. The new Remit will show that gilt sales, net of redemptions, will be lower in Q3 than in Q2.

Posted: 29th Jun 2020 in 'U.K.'

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