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U.K. Documents | 23 March 2018 The MPC Keeps its Options Open, Instead of Committing to May
The Monetary Policy Committee chose to keep its options open in the minutes of this week's meeting, rather than signal as clearly as it did last year that interest rates will rise very soon.

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23 March 2018 The MPC Keeps its Options Open, Instead of Committing to May

By Samuel Tombs

The Monetary Policy Committee chose to keep its options open in the minutes of this week's meeting, rather than signal as clearly as it did last year that interest rates will rise very soon.

Posted: 22nd Mar 2018 in 'U.K. Documents'

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