BoE survey sees signs of easing in UK financial markets

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There have been some signs of easing in UK financial markets in recent months, according to a survey published today by the Bank of England.

Conducted quarterly, the Bank Liabilities Survey asks banks for their perceptions of changes in the supply and demand of funding, weighting responses according to market share. Negative responses are subtracted from positive to give an overall indicator of sentiment. After a sharp perceived increase in total volumes in Q4 2012 (34.5%) Q1 2013 was more muted

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