BOE to See If Shorter-Dated Gilt Holders Are Reluctant Sellers

  • Central bank is buying from seven- to 15-year QE bucket
  • Cover ratio will drop from earlier reverse auctions: SocGen

On Tuesday, the Bank of England paid above the odds for long-dated gilts. Today comes a test of whether investors are similarly reluctant to part with shorter-dated government bonds.

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