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U.K. | 19 October 2017 Slower Depletion of Job Market Slack Eases Pressure to Raise Rates
The rate that labour market slack is being absorbed has slowed, potentially giving the MPC breathing space to postpone the first rate rise beyond next month.

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19 October 2017 Slower Depletion of Job Market Slack Eases Pressure to Raise Rates

By Samuel Tombs

The rate that labour market slack is being absorbed has slowed, potentially giving the MPC breathing space to postpone the first rate rise beyond next month.

Posted: 18th Oct 2017 in 'U.K.'

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