Operations within the Sterling Monetary Framework and other marlcet operations

August 2012
Bank of England Quarterly Bulletin;2012 3rd Quarter, Vol. 52 Issue 3, p192
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The article describes the Bank of England's operations within the Sterling Monetary Framework over the review period, and other market operations. It mentions that the Bank conducts indexed long-term repo (ILTR) operations owing to its provision of liquidity insurance to the banking system. It informs that during the review period, the Bank has offered five billion British pounds through three-month ILTR operations.


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