Markets Foresee Liquidity Boost

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The minutes of the latest BoE monetary policy meeting revealed that the split over further asset purchases widened, with policymakers voting 5-4 to keep QE unchanged at £325 billion. This, coupled with yesterday’s easing consumer price inflation to a 30 month low, has strengthened the probability of further asset purchases at the BoE’s next policy meeting.

In Europe, yesterday’s dismal German economic data and alarming 10 year Spanish bond yields have revived hopes of fresh policy action from the ECB. Across the Atlantic, market participants await the outcome of the Federal Reserve’s (Fed) monetary policy meeting concluding today, wherein the central bank is expected to extend its “Operation Twist” program.

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