BOE Says It's Unlikely to Sell QE Gilts Before Rate at 2%

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  • Policy makers keep benchmark rate at record-low 0.5%
  • Potential gilt sales should feed into valuation: RBS

The Bank of England won’t start selling bonds acquired during its quantitative-easing program until its benchmark interest rate reaches 2 percent, the central bank said in its Inflation Report released Thursday.

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