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U.K. | 11 May 2018 Markets Now Underestimate the MPC's Tightening Bias
The MPC emphasised yesterday that its faith that interest rates need to rise further has not been shaken by recent downside data surprises.

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11 May 2018 Markets Now Underestimate the MPC's Tightening Bias

By Samuel Tombs

The MPC emphasised yesterday that its faith that interest rates need to rise further has not been shaken by recent downside data surprises.

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

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