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U.K. | 2 July 2018 Activity Data Still don't Give the MPC the Green Light to Hike
In the wake of last week's national accounts release, markets judge that the probability of a Bank Rate hike at the August 2 MPC meeting has increased to about 65%, from 60% beforehand.

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2 July 2018 Activity Data Still don't Give the MPC the Green Light to Hike

By Samuel Tombs

In the wake of last week's national accounts release, markets judge that the probability of a Bank Rate hike at the August 2 MPC meeting has increased to about 65%, from 60% beforehand.

Posted: 1st Jul 2018 in 'U.K.'

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