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U.K. | 18 June 2018 Weak Data to Stop the MPC Talking- Up Rate Hike Chances This Week
Markets currently see a 50/50 chance that the MPC will raise Bank Rate in August and will be looking for a strong signal on Thursday that the next meeting is "in play".

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18 June 2018 Weak Data to Stop the MPC Talking- Up Rate Hike Chances This Week

By Samuel Tombs

Markets currently see a 50/50 chance that the MPC will raise Bank Rate in August and will be looking for a strong signal on Thursday that the next meeting is "in play".

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

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