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U.K. | 20 March 2019 The MPC Can't Ignore Rapidly- Rising Unit Wage Costs for Long
While financial markets remain obsessed with the Brexit saga, January's labour market data provided more evidence yesterday that the economy is coping well with the heightened uncertainty.

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20 March 2019 The MPC Can't Ignore Rapidly- Rising Unit Wage Costs for Long

By Samuel Tombs

While financial markets remain obsessed with the Brexit saga, January's labour market data provided more evidence yesterday that the economy is coping well with the heightened uncertainty.

Posted: 19th Mar 2019 in 'U.K.'

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