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U.K. Documents | 26 February 2018 Is the Economy's Speed Limit Higher than the MPC Thinks?
November's interest rate rise, which took investors by surprise, was triggered in part by the MPC slashing its estimate of trend growth to 1.5%, from an implicit 2.0%.

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26 February 2018 Is the Economy's Speed Limit Higher than the MPC Thinks?

By Samuel Tombs

November's interest rate rise, which took investors by surprise, was triggered in part by the MPC slashing its estimate of trend growth to 1.5%, from an implicit 2.0%.

Posted: 25th Feb 2018 in 'U.K. Documents'

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