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CBPP3’s QE share hits low in October, but front-loading flagged

Posted on 9 November 2016


CBPP3 gross buying and net portfolio growth last month hit their second lowest levels since the programme began and its share of overall QE hit a new low. However, buying was stepped up in the first week of November and at the end of the month pre-holiday front-loading is set to begin...

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