Investors prepare for end of BoE's bond-buying programme

After recent interest rate hike to 0.25%

Elliot Gulliver-Needham
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The Bank of England

Investors are preparing for the Bank of England’s bond-buying programme to end as soon as March, after the recent interest rate hike to 0.25% signalled the impending start of its wrap-up.

The bank voted unanimously yesterday to continue the £875bn bond-buying programme but has previously said that it will begin the process of reducing it once rates reach 0.5%. The central bank's ...

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