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12 July 2017 Wage Growth Likely will Remain too "Anaemic" for the Governor this Year

By Samuel Tombs

Mark Carney emphasised in his Mansion House speech last month that he wants wage growth to "begin to firm" from recent "anaemic" rates before voting to raise interest rates.

Posted: 11th Jul 2017 in 'UK Documents'

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