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The BoE is considering active gilt sales that would result in a reduction in the APF of £50B-to-£100B in year one.
This implies active sales of £15B-to-£65B if they begin in Q4; we expect sales at the lower end of that range.
The CBI’s Distributive Trades Survey shows retailers’ stock levels are far too high; discounting will intensify.
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