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The end of the affair

11 October 2016 By Swaha Pattanaik

Ten-year government bond yields have doubled from record lows within two months. Rising inflation expectations partly explain the waning influence of Bank of England asset purchases. A bigger risk is that pension funds and life insurers could become less captive buyers of gilts.

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