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U.K. | 16 March 2018 Weak Data Suggest the MPC Won't Clearly Signal a May Hike Next Week
In order to support current market pricing, the MPC will have to be more specific about the timing of the next rate hike in the minutes of next Thursday's meeting.

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16 March 2018 Weak Data Suggest the MPC Won't Clearly Signal a May Hike Next Week

By Samuel Tombs

In order to support current market pricing, the MPC will have to be more specific about the timing of the next rate hike in the minutes of next Thursday's meeting.

Posted: 15th Mar 2018 in 'U.K.'

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