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Synonyms for gilt

a coating of gold or of something that looks like gold


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having the deep slightly brownish color of gold

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Clearly, none of it is good news, but in the short term the negatives should at least be cancelled by the Bank of England buying gilts.
Bank of England (BoE) is likely to spend GBP10-15bn (USD14-USD21bn) buying corporate paper, leaving it GB60-65bn to spend on gilts, Reuters has reported citing an analyst note.
He makes it absolutely clear that he is the most important one when it comes to feeding time, walloping the gilts aside with one swipe of his strong snout.
Producer alliance herds must follow strict Struthers' health protocols, whereas boars, sows, gilts and finished swine are never fed animal protein in their growth diet and great care is taken against the introduction of any harmful chemicals and unnecessary antibiotic products.
Large buying from the Bank of England during its "quantitative easing" programme has also been a useful source of additional demand for gilts.
Traders add that the DMO may want to hold back its remaining syndicated Gilt offerings as October to December quarter is considered to be traditionally the strongest period for demand in long dated Gilts.
Corporate bonds, due to the economic uncertainty and therefore the possibility of default, have a significantly higher yield over similarly dated gilts.
Gilts were the only asset to do well in the credit crunch.
The values of pension liabilities are often calculated by the price of gilts, which soared to their highest level in 20 years after the quantitative easing policy was announced.
Global Banking News-30 December 2008-Deutsche Asset Management announces dividend in DWS Gilt Fund(C)2008 ENPublishing - http://www.
Fairmont Finishers has entered into contract for Struthers Gilts and semen to add to their current base of sows.
The Debt Management Office (DMO) - which sells the gilts to raise money on behalf of the Government - said its final auction of the financial year attracted bids for almost three times the amount on offer.
ACMC is reacting to increasing demand for replacement gilts in the UK and abroad and is looking for British multipliers to boost production.
It is believed that Goldman Sahcs (NYSE: GS) is in the race for India-based PNB Gilts.
LSG/Norsvin is a 3700 stud boar, sow and gilt multiplier operation, which has in excess of 7000 customers with ongoing sales agreements for semen, stud boars, and gilts.