Bank Of England May Take $30 Bln In Mortgage Collateral

18 Apr 2008

The Bank of England is weighing accepting as much as €30 billion ($47.18 billion) in mortgages from banks as collateral for loans of government securities, reports The Wall Street Journal. The plan would allow banks to borrow for periods of a year or more. The plan needs the ...

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