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24th May 2022 18:00U.K., Daily Monitor

The PMI points to GDP flatlining in Q2, but a fall is more likely, given the plunge in government Covid spending.

The MPC shouldn't take comfort from the resilience of the employment index; it lags changes in the PMI.

Many firms still are hiking prices, but the number absorbing cost rises, due to faltering demand, is growing.

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