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Portfolio shift

3 December 2009 By Neil Unmack

The UK central bank’s plan to buy investmentgrade corporate bonds never made much sense. The British bond market was already recovering when the bank began buying, and it didn’t buy much. Selling now would be welcomed by the market and let the BoE pocket some gains.

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