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31 July 2017 The Inflation Report Likely Won't Boost 2017 Rate Hike Odds

By Samuel Tombs

The pullback in CPI inflation in June and continued slow GDP growth in Q2 mean that the MPC almost certainly will keep Bank Rate at 0.25% on Thursday.

Posted: 30th Jul 2017 in 'UK Documents'

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