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Lloyds buyback crystallises negative UK supply dynamics

Posted on 21 May 2020


Lloyds Bank highlighted the negative net UK supply likely in the wake of the BoE’s TFSME facility when on Tuesday it launched a tender for an unspecified amount of around £16bn of covered bonds across euros, sterling and dollars, triggering tightening of as much as 10bp in some UK issues...

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