The Bank of England (BoE) has voted unanimously to increase its purchase of UK government bonds by £150bn and to maintain rates at 0.1%, shunning rumours of a move towards negative interest rates.
A rise of £150bn brings the central bank's quantitative easing programme to a total of £875bn, while it also voted unanimously to maintain its corporate bond purchasing programme at £20bn. The increased...
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