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U.K. | 3 May 2019 The MPC Signals that Rate Hikes are Coming, Though Not Just Yet
The MPC restated its commitment to an "ongoing tightening of monetary policy" yesterday, but provided no new guidance to suggest that the next hike is imminent.

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3 May 2019 The MPC Signals that Rate Hikes are Coming, Though Not Just Yet

By Samuel Tombs

The MPC restated its commitment to an "ongoing tightening of monetary policy" yesterday, but provided no new guidance to suggest that the next hike is imminent.

Posted: 2nd May 2019 in 'U.K.'

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