(FILES) In this file photo taken on November 01, 2020 People walk along the southern bank of the River Thames with the office towers of the City of London in the background in London on November 1, 2020 as England prepares to enter into a second coronavirus lockdown in an effort to stem soaring infections.  Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey on March 15, 2021 forecast that UK economic activity would return to its pre-coronavirus level at the end of 2021 following the country's vaccine rollout. The earlier-than-expected recovery -- the BoE's expectation had been for early 2022 -- comes ahead of the central bank's latest interest decision on March 18.
A view of London from the south bank of the River Thames. Prices of the 10-year breakeven rate, highlighting the difference between conventional UK government bonds and inflation-linked bonds, soared Show more

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