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U.K. Documents | 14 February 2018 The Rise in Services Inflation Shouldn't Make the MPC Flinch
CPI inflation held steady at 3.0% in January, above the consensus by one tenth and thus pushing up the market-implied probability of a May rate hike to 65%, from 62% earlier this week.

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14 February 2018 The Rise in Services Inflation Shouldn't Make the MPC Flinch

By Samuel Tombs

CPI inflation held steady at 3.0% in January, above the consensus by one tenth and thus pushing up the market-implied probability of a May rate hike to 65%, from 62% earlier this week.

Posted: 13th Feb 2018 in 'U.K. Documents'

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