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U.K. | 30 October 2018 Fiscal Loosening Creates Space for Two MPC Rate Hikes Next Year
This Budget will be remembered as the moment when the Government finally threw in the towel on plans to run sustainable public finances.

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30 October 2018 Fiscal Loosening Creates Space for Two MPC Rate Hikes Next Year

By Samuel Tombs

This Budget will be remembered as the moment when the Government finally threw in the towel on plans to run sustainable public finances.

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

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