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9th Aug 2022 14:37U.K., Daily Monitor

Dave Ramsden is the first MPC member to admit rates might need to be cut "quite quickly" in the medium term.

The cuts currently priced-in by markets from late H2 2023 aren't big enough to lower households' interest bill.

But CPI inflation won't be near the target until Q4 2023; pre-election fiscal stimulus will limit the scope for easing.

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