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U.K. | 18 April 2018 Wage Growth Still isn't Building Momentum, so why Rush to Hike?
ebruary's labour market data failed to make a resounding case for the MPC to raise interest rates in May, prompting markets to reduce the probability attached to a hike next month to 85%, from nearly 90% before the data were released.

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18 April 2018 Wage Growth Still isn't Building Momentum, so why Rush to Hike?

By Samuel Tombs

ebruary's labour market data failed to make a resounding case for the MPC to raise interest rates in May, prompting markets to reduce the probability attached to a hike next month to 85%, from nearly 90% before the data were released.

Posted: 17th Apr 2018 in 'U.K.'

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