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Analyst views (hawkish to dovish) (3/4)

ING"The rise in long-dated GBP rates will not meet strong resistance from the BoE, but the re-pricing at the front-end will." Don't expect any rate hikes before 2023.
DeutscheExpect purchase pace be maintained "until as late as June." MPC could note "monetary conditions will be "closely monitored" to avoid any further unwarranted tightening".
BarclaysMinutes acknowledge FI sell-off but "not per se pushing back but making it clear that the MPC are monitoring the move and its possible consequences for activity and inflation".
RabobankExpect unanimous vote for rates and the stock of QE with tapering "a problem for another day". Expect " the MPC to push back against expectations of premature tightening".
Goldman SachsNo longer expect QE extension. "Expect the MPC to hint at future changes to the forward guidance and sequencing of exit in order to lean against the bond market sell off."

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