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U.K. | 27 May 2020 No Need for Negative Rates When the TFSME Can be Enhanced
Speculation that the MPC will abandon its aversion to negative rates has increased, following recent comments by Committee members.

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27 May 2020 No Need for Negative Rates When the TFSME Can be Enhanced

By Tombs Samuel

Speculation that the MPC will abandon its aversion to negative rates has increased, following recent comments by Committee members.

Posted: 26th May 2020 in 'U.K.'

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