BoE report captures impact of QE policy

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The Bank of England's Asset Purchase Facility quarterly report, published on January 30, shows gilt yields edged lower following the central bank's announcement to conduct a further round of quantitative easing.

In October 2011, the central bank's Monetary Policy Committee voted to increase the size of its asset purchase facility to £275 billion ($430 billion), with purchases conducted on a weekly basis until February. As of December 29, 2011, accumulated assets totalled £250 billion. New

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