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U.K. | 19 March 2019 The MPC Won't Shift to a Dovish Stance this Week
We doubt that this week will see the MPC joining the list of other major central banks that have abandoned plans to raise interest rates this year.

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19 March 2019 The MPC Won't Shift to a Dovish Stance this Week

By Samuel Tombs

We doubt that this week will see the MPC joining the list of other major central banks that have abandoned plans to raise interest rates this year.

Posted: 18th Mar 2019 in 'U.K.'

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