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I work for an investment bank and not one of the people I've asked in the UK, US, Canada and elsewhere thinks that the government bonds purchased by central banks will actually be redeemed for real cash. Most seem to think that some kind of substitution deal will be arranged or that the central banks will allow the repayment terms to be modified to be perpetual. Monetization by the back door...

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I work for an investment bank and not one of the people I've asked in the UK, US, Canada and elsewhere thinks that the government bonds purchased by central banks will actually be redeemed for real cash. Most seem to think that some kind of substitution deal will be arranged or that the central banks will allow the repayment terms to be modified to be perpetual. Monetization by the back door...

You are worse than OBL for thinking that, please be patient a hellfire armed drone will arrive above your home shortly once your IP is tracked ;)

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I work for an investment bank and not one of the people I've asked in the UK, US, Canada and elsewhere thinks that the government bonds purchased by central banks will actually be redeemed for real cash. Most seem to think that some kind of substitution deal will be arranged or that the central banks will allow the repayment terms to be modified to be perpetual. Monetization by the back door...

They never have been !

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You are worse than OBL for thinking that, please be patient a hellfire armed drone will arrive above your home shortly once your IP is tracked ;)

Living in Canada I'm reasonably sure that won't happen. If I was still in the UK or back in the US then fair point.

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I think that the BOE will hold to maturity and that they will only use interest rates as the last resort. There are alternative ways or reigning in inflationary pressures

I work for an investment bank and not one of the people I've asked in the UK, US, Canada and elsewhere thinks that the government bonds purchased by central banks will actually be redeemed for real cash. Most seem to think that some kind of substitution deal will be arranged or that the central banks will allow the repayment terms to be modified to be perpetual. Monetization by the back door...

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I work for an investment bank and not one of the people I've asked in the UK, US, Canada and elsewhere thinks that the government bonds purchased by central banks will actually be redeemed for real cash. Most seem to think that some kind of substitution deal will be arranged or that the central banks will allow the repayment terms to be modified to be perpetual. Monetization by the back door...

Repayment?... Sure!... Just print it... "Real" cash no... Monopoly money yes...

Monetisation has already been assumed from the get-go by the markets.

I can't see why you are concerned anyway. Life is a pretty sweet fruit out in my home nation. Feel fortunate that you are resident in a country with prospects rather than ... ... ... uhh... poospects...

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  • 150 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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