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17th Mar 2022 18:00U.K., Daily Monitor

  • Markets' rate expectations fell sharply in response to the crumbling of hawkish dissent on the Committee.
  • The MPC now is more worried about the impact of high inflation on demand than on inflation expectations.
  • We continue to expect the MPC to stop hiking this year once Bank Rate has reached 1%.

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