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U.K. Documents | 31 October. 2016 MPC Likely to Reaffirm Easing Bias, to Markets Surprise
The MPC would have to change tack sharply on Thursday in order to live up to the markets' expectation that there is a near-zero chance of another rate cut within the next year.

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31 October. 2016 MPC Likely to Reaffirm Easing Bias, to Markets Surprise

By Samuel Tombs

The MPC would have to change tack sharply on Thursday in order to live up to the markets' expectation that there is a near-zero chance of another rate cut within the next year.

Posted: 30th Oct 2016 in 'U.K. Documents'

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