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U.K. | 23 April 2019 MPC Rethink to Catch Out Markets Next Week
On balance, our conviction that the MPC will surprise markets on May 2 by retreating from its dovish stance has risen, following last week's labour and retail sales data.

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23 April 2019 MPC Rethink to Catch Out Markets Next Week

By Samuel Tombs

On balance, our conviction that the MPC will surprise markets on May 2 by retreating from its dovish stance has risen, following last week's labour and retail sales data.

Posted: 23rd Apr 2019 in 'U.K.'

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