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U.K. | 2 Dec 2019 Don't Take Your Eye off the Improving Monetary Indicators
With campaigning for the general election intensifying last week, it was unsurprising that October's money and credit release from the Bank of England received virtually no media or market attention.

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2 Dec 2019 Don't Take Your Eye off the Improving Monetary Indicators

By Samuel Tombs

With campaigning for the general election intensifying last week, it was unsurprising that October's money and credit release from the Bank of England received virtually no media or market attention.

Posted: 2nd Dec 2019 in 'U.K.'

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