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U.K. Documents | 13 May. MPC Signals Bremain Rate Hike, and Sounds Cool on Brexit Cut
The MPC's "Super Thursday" releases suggest that the Committee won't wait long to raise interest rates after a vote to stay in the E.U., which remains the most likely outcome of June's referendum. Meanwhile, we saw nothing to support markets' view that the MPC would ease policy in the wake of a Brexit.

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13 May. MPC Signals Bremain Rate Hike, and Sounds Cool on Brexit Cut

By Samuel Tombs

The MPC's "Super Thursday" releases suggest that the Committee won't wait long to raise interest rates after a vote to stay in the E.U., which remains the most likely outcome of June's referendum. Meanwhile, we saw nothing to support markets' view that the MPC would ease policy in the wake of a Brexit.

Posted: 13th May 2016 in 'U.K. Documents'

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