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25th Oct 2021 18:00U.K., Economic Monitor

  • The MPC will stop reinvestments in Q1 and start selling gilts in Q4 2022, if markets are right about rates.
  • The impact of asset sales is unknown and the MPC wants them to be on auto pilot, so they will be cautious.
  • Gilt sales of £10B per quarter would balance creating future stimulus space with keeping markets steady.

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