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Gilt yields: higher for only a little bit longer?

While stronger-than-expected inflation data from the UK have led us to push back a bit our forecast for the start of the Bank of England’s easing cycle, we still project many more rate cuts than most anticipate. This feeds into our view that Gilt yields will fall quite sharply by the end of next year, and much more so than US Treasury yields.

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