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U.K. | 6 February 2018 The PMIs Show Brexit Risks are Continuing to Dampen Growth
The latest PMIs suggest that investors have jumped the gun in pricing-in a 50% chance of the MPC raising interest rates again as soon as May.

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6 February 2018 The PMIs Show Brexit Risks are Continuing to Dampen Growth

By Samuel Tombs

The latest PMIs suggest that investors have jumped the gun in pricing-in a 50% chance of the MPC raising interest rates again as soon as May.

Posted: 5th Feb 2018 in 'U.K.'

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