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U.K. | 11 March 2019 Will the BoE be the Next Central Bank to Ditch its Tightening Plans?
The MPC went against the grain last month by forecasting that CPI inflation would overshoot the 2% target if it raised Bank Rate as slowly as markets anticipated.

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11 March 2019 Will the BoE be the Next Central Bank to Ditch its Tightening Plans?

By Samuel Tombs

The MPC went against the grain last month by forecasting that CPI inflation would overshoot the 2% target if it raised Bank Rate as slowly as markets anticipated.

Posted: 11th Mar 2019 in 'U.K.'

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