U.K. Bond-Yield Curve Flattest in Eight Years on BOE’s StimulusBy
Two-, 30-year spread narrows to least since October 2008
BOE pushed investors to longer end of gilt curve: Commerzbank
The yield spread between U.K. two- and 30-year government bonds narrowed to the least since 2008 as demand for longer-dated debt was boosted after the Bank of England’s decision to cut interest rates and introduce multi-pronged stimulus.
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