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U.K. | 14 June 2018 Weakness in Services Inflation Means the MPC Can Sit Tight
May's consumer prices figures bolster the case for the MPC to sit tight and wait until next year to raise interest rates, when the economy should have more momentum.

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14 June 2018 Weakness in Services Inflation Means the MPC Can Sit Tight

By Samuel Tombs

May's consumer prices figures bolster the case for the MPC to sit tight and wait until next year to raise interest rates, when the economy should have more momentum.

Posted: 13th Jun 2018 in 'U.K.'

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