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Nov.05 — Bank of England Governor Andrew Bailey said the central bank is considering other monetary policy tools, including guidance on the path of policy and negative rates, and has no fixed order in which it expects to use them. “It will always be dependent upon the state of the world and the state of the economy,” Bailey said in an interview with Bloomberg’s Guy Johnson after the BOE boosted its bond-buying program by a bigger-than-expected 150 billion pounds ($195 billion) in another round of stimulus to help the U.K. through a second wave of coronavirus restrictions.

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