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23 Feb. 2016 Would the MPC Just Let Sterling Drop Like a Stone?

By Samuel Tombs

Sterling will be under the spotlight again today when four members of the Monetary Policy Committee, including Governor Mark Carney, answer questions from the Treasury Select Committee about the recent Inflation Report.

Posted: 23rd Feb 2016 in 'UK Documents'

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