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Gilt yields may fall by more than Treasury yields

Today’s UK CPI release has not made a sustained impact on investors’ expectations over the path of Bank Rate, and the market pricing implies that investors are still discounting fewer cuts from the Bank of England (BoE) than we are. This is why we expect Gilt yields to fall and sterling to weaken against the US dollar by the end of this year.

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