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5 September. 2016 Is a Further Rate Cut no Longer a Done Deal?

By Samuel Tombs

The run of consensus-beating activity measures and the pickup in leading indicators of inflation have led markets to doubt that the MPC really will follow up August's package of stimulus measures with another Bank Rate cut this year.

Posted: 5th Sep 2016 in 'UK Documents'

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