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UK Turns To QE To Calm Markets

Tony Nash, CEO, Complete Intelligence

29-Sep-22 07:00

UK Turns To QE To Calm Markets

The Bank of England surprised markets by announcing that it would buy long dated government bonds in order to stabilise capital markets. Tony Nash, CEO of Complete Intelligence explains why and what does this mean for the Pound.

Produced by: Michael Gong

Presented by: Shazana Mokhtar, Wong Shou Ning


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Tags:  british poundbank of englandcapital markets


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