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U.K. | 13 June 2019 Fiscal Pledges of PM Contenders Highlight Upside Risks to the Outlook
We often hear that the large gap between the slowing rising path for interest rates anticipated by the MPC and the flat profile expected by markets is justified because markets have to price-in all of the downside risks to the economic outlook posed by Brexit.

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13 June 2019 Fiscal Pledges of PM Contenders Highlight Upside Risks to the Outlook

By Samuel Tombs

We often hear that the large gap between the slowing rising path for interest rates anticipated by the MPC and the flat profile expected by markets is justified because markets have to price-in all of the downside risks to the economic outlook posed by Brexit.

Posted: 12th Jun 2019 in 'U.K.'

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