Trends in money market operations

The Bank of England's proposal to reform how they implement monetary policy will in many ways bring their system closer to that of other leading central banks, although there is still considerable variation between countries. The means by which the Bank will keep overnight interest rates close to the level set by the monetary policy committee will be through a narrow corridor between standing lending and deposit facilities, using open market operations only to supply the liquidity needed to

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