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The Bank of England has restarted quantitative easing today precisely because the Truss government has failed to manage the economy - a staggering achievement in three weeks

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The shape of Trussonomics is becoming clearer. Assuming she survives in office, which given how unpopular she already is with her own MPs might be an optimistic forecast, what is the future going to hold, and what might it mean for the 99% of use who aren’t bankers? A thread…

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Complete dysfunction in UK govt bond market forces BoE to intervene to buy UK gilts in a reversal of its existing plans to sell gilts from its balance sheet... chaotic

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*KWARTENG TO ASK FINANCIERS NOT TO BET AGAINST POUND: SKY words fail me

Bizarrely, both Kwarteng and his party were wrong. That is because the relationships between money creation, spending, what the government calls debt and QE is a complicated one that it’s very clear neither understand.

The selloff in 10-year US debt is deepening. The latest move may be tied to the strong dollar: As Japan struggles to keep its currency from weakening too much, it may sell its Treasury holdings at the same time the Fed's balance-sheet roll off accelerates

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Central bankers are starting to panic.

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