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U.K. | 11 June 2018 Production and Labour Market Data will Hit Rate Hike Odds
The resolution of tensions in Italy and aboveconsensus U.K. PMIs for May last week persuaded investors that the MPC likely will press on and raise interest rates soon.

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11 June 2018 Production and Labour Market Data will Hit Rate Hike Odds

By Samuel Tombs

The resolution of tensions in Italy and aboveconsensus U.K. PMIs for May last week persuaded investors that the MPC likely will press on and raise interest rates soon.

Posted: 10th Jun 2018 in 'U.K.'

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