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Gilt complex

8 March 2010 By George Hay

British lenders were expected to buy a large chunk of the forthcoming flood of UK national debt. But recent figures suggest some banks’ liquidity buffers are already big enough. That means the government will need to find new investors unless the regulator comes to its rescue.

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