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Gilts' bad bargain

17 November 2010 By Ian Campbell

Bank of England Governor Mervyn King is still talking about more QE. But UK inflation is stubborn and likely to rise further, making a fresh round of money printing less likely. That undermines the investment case for UK gilts, whose low returns look a poor bargain.

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