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U.K. | 21 February 2018 Labour Data Won't be Hot Enough to Compel the MPC to Hike in May
December's labour market report, released today, won't be a game-changer for the near-term outlook for interest rates; January data will be released before the MPC meets in March, and February data will be available at its key meeting in May.

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21 February 2018 Labour Data Won't be Hot Enough to Compel the MPC to Hike in May

By Samuel Tombs

December's labour market report, released today, won't be a game-changer for the near-term outlook for interest rates; January data will be released before the MPC meets in March, and February data will be available at its key meeting in May.

Posted: 20th Feb 2018 in 'U.K.'

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