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16th May 2022 18:00U.K., Daily Monitor

The trade deficit, excluding erratics, jumped to a recordhigh in March, largely due to the surge in energy prices.

High energy prices, surging imports of travel services and weak export growth will keep the deficit wide.

Governor Bailey is showing no signs of buckling to pressure from MPs for faster rate hikes to tame inflation.

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