Quantitative surveyor

Hunt, Steve
May 2009
Money Marketing;5/21/2009, p50
The article focuses on the controversial quantitative easing, a monetary policy in Great Britain. It is said that the policy delivers a massive body blow to annuity system. It is also intended to lower rates on gilts and corporate bonds and distinguish annuity pricing. It is also stated that there were seven insurance companies have cut their annuity rates since the launch of the quantitative easing programme.


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