The UK financial crisis is a self-inflicted wound, but the sell-off in gilts underlines that there is less fiscal room for manoeuvre than there was when policy rates were close to zero. We think the ECB is likely to resume asset purchases too before long, albeit for slightly different reasons than the BoE.
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