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Active QT likely will have a much smaller proportionate impact than QE, but the MPC still will be cautious.
The gilt market is less liquid than usual, and the MPC wants a steady programme that won't need tinkering.
We still think the BoE will wait until August to set out plans for sales of £10B per quarter, starting in Q4.
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