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24th Jan 2023 15:08U.K., Daily Monitor

  • The U.K. composite PMI pointed to a contraction, while the Eurozone’s was consistent with modest growth...
  • #...This divergence looks set to widen over the first half of 2023, due to tighter monetary and fiscal policy in Britain.
  • But the MPC should breathe a sigh of relief, due to signs of a looser labour market and a drop in CPI inflation.

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