Government borrowing costs at highest level since Brexit vote with yield on 10-year gilts now above 1.22%



Government borrowing costs have risen to their highest level since the EU referendum as worries about Brexit spread to the debt market.
Although the economy has held up well since the Leave vote, investors are growing anxious about a so-called hard Brexit – where Britain leaves the single market as the Government seeks to control immigration. 
The yield on ten-year gilts, a key measure of Government borrowing costs, rose above 1.22 per cent from around 0.5 per cent just two months ago.
Gilt yields are now at their highest level since June 24, the day after the referendum when the result... read more

 
17 October 2016 in Business, Views: 38
Source: Daily Mail
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