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U.K. | 30 May 2018 Does Italy's Crisis Really Mean Slower U.K. Rate Hikes?
Investors have concluded that Italy's political crisis will compel the U.K. MPC to increase interest rates even more gradually than they thought previously.

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30 May 2018 Does Italy's Crisis Really Mean Slower U.K. Rate Hikes?

By Samuel Tombs

Investors have concluded that Italy's political crisis will compel the U.K. MPC to increase interest rates even more gradually than they thought previously.

Posted: 29th May 2018 in 'U.K.'

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