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Sterling has dropped, despite a sharp rise in Bank Rate expectations, because expected inflation has soared.
But the MPC will have flexibility if, as we expect, core inflation falls, boosting the expected real rate.
We expect the U.S. Fed to be more cautious than investors expect, easing some of the pressure on the MPC.
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