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U.K. Documents | 22 March 2018 Wage Growth Still Lacks Momentum, Giving the MPC Time
Slack in the labour market no longer is being absorbed and wage growth still is struggling for momentum, placing little pressure on the MPC to rush the next rate rise.

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22 March 2018 Wage Growth Still Lacks Momentum, Giving the MPC Time

By Samuel Tombs

Slack in the labour market no longer is being absorbed and wage growth still is struggling for momentum, placing little pressure on the MPC to rush the next rate rise.

Posted: 21st Mar 2018 in 'U.K. Documents'

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