The yield on a 10-year UK government bond fell to a new record low below 1.4% on Thursday after comments the Bank of England is in 'no rush' to raise interest rates.
Ten-year gilt yields touched 1.396% to as investors flocked to the asset class following dovish comments from policymakers. Twenty- and 30-year gilt yields also touched new record lows of 1.921% and...
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