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26th Jul 2022 15:18U.K., Daily Monitor

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.

BoE core cpi core goods cpi cpi inflation distributive trades survey e.u. fed government inflation expectations interest rate interest rates January July May monetary conditions monetary policy mpc policy September stocks u.s. yields

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