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11 July 2017 Unemployment Likely Fell Again in May, Despite the Slowing Economy

By Samuel Tombs

May's labour market figures, released on Wednesday, likely will have something for both the doves and the hawks on the MPC , who have been wrangling over whether to reverse last year's rate cut.

Posted: 10th Jul 2017 in 'U.K. Documents'

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