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U.K. | 23 January 2019 The MPC Won't Risk Letting the Labour Market Overheat
November's labour market data were the last before the MPC's February meeting, when it will conduct its annual assessment of the supply side of the economy.

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23 January 2019 The MPC Won't Risk Letting the Labour Market Overheat

By Samuel Tombs

November's labour market data were the last before the MPC's February meeting, when it will conduct its annual assessment of the supply side of the economy.

Posted: 22nd Jan 2019 in 'U.K.'

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