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U.K. | 26 March 2018 Market Sell-offs have Stayed the MPC's Hand Before, Why Not Again?
The MPC held back last week from decisively signalling that interest rates would rise when it meets next, in May.

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26 March 2018 Market Sell-offs have Stayed the MPC's Hand Before, Why Not Again?

By Samuel Tombs

The MPC held back last week from decisively signalling that interest rates would rise when it meets next, in May.

Posted: 25th Mar 2018 in 'U.K.'

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