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U.K. Documents | 26 October 2017 Q3 GDP Will Spur a Rate Hike Next Week, but a Growth Relapse Looms
The pick-up in GDP growth in Q3 means that we now expect a majority of MPC members to vote to raise interest rates next week.

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26 October 2017 Q3 GDP Will Spur a Rate Hike Next Week, but a Growth Relapse Looms

By Samuel Tombs

The pick-up in GDP growth in Q3 means that we now expect a majority of MPC members to vote to raise interest rates next week.

Posted: 25th Oct 2017 in 'U.K. Documents'

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