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U.K. | 13 April 2018 The MPC Hasn't Been Afraid to Shock Markets in the Past
Many analysts argue that the MPC inevitably will raise interest rates at its May 10 meeting because markets have fully priced-in a 25bp uplift.

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13 April 2018 The MPC Hasn't Been Afraid to Shock Markets in the Past

By Samuel Tombs

Many analysts argue that the MPC inevitably will raise interest rates at its May 10 meeting because markets have fully priced-in a 25bp uplift.

Posted: 12th Apr 2018 in 'U.K.'

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