UK government plans to raise £275bn through bond sales by August

by | Jun 29, 2020

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The UK government will issue a record £275bn bonds this year. China moves from tenth to fifth position in a quarterly fund domicile ranking. A new Trade and Agriculture Commision recommends the next step in Brexit negotiations.

The UK government plans to raise £275bn through bond sales between April and August.


Dr Efi Pylarinou shares article on China’s digital-currency.


Siobhan Riding writes, “China has leapfrogged the UK and France to become the world’s fifth-largest fund domicile.”

A new Trade and Agricultural Commission will recommend agricultural trade policy to the UK government. Check this thread out for Laura Kuenssberg’s analysis.


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