Bank Of England Keeps Rate Unchanged At 0.5%, Asset Purchase Target At GBP 200 Billion

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Thu, 07/07/2011 - 07:15 | 1431935 props2009
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Thats funny...but I was expecting a QE indication atleast

Thu, 07/07/2011 - 08:08 | 1431976 Transitory Disi...
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Mervyn King looks and acts like Benny Hill.


"Fretting over deflation, the Old Lady's staff are in fact hedging their own pensions against inflation...

A NOTE DOING the rounds here in London points to a very smart move by the Bank of England's pension fund.

Analysts quoting the Guido Fawkes blog...which in turn was tipped off by Peter Oborne writing up an anonymous "source" in the Daily Mail...who also appears to have tipped off Investments & Pensions Europe magazine (IPE)...note a 12% gain in the Bank's pension fund between Mar. 2007 and Mar. 2008 – the latest figures revealed by Freedom of Information filings – thanks to "great market timing.

"The fund sold out of equities entirely, cutting a 21.6% holding down to 0.1% and thus avoiding a 35% drop in UK equities."



They are not worried about THEIRS!



Thu, 07/07/2011 - 16:37 | 1433979 Parallax View
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EUR dumpathon, I love it, that's sooooo funny! You guys are poets! 

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