The Bank of England (BoE) reiterated last week that it had no cap on the size of its special liquidity scheme, but said that it will not speculate on how much lending there will be.

The new special liquidity scheme was introduced at the beginning of May as a measure allowing banks to temporarily swap their high-quality, triple-A-rated MBS and other securities for U.K. Treasury bills.

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