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7th Mar 2022 00:00U.K., Daily Monitor, Weekly Monitor

  • CPI inflation now is set to rise to 8% in April, and touch 8% again in October, due to the surge in energy prices. 
  • Low confidence implies households won't touch their savings much, so we have lowered our GDP forecast. 
  • Markets expect four more 25bp rate hikes this year, though we continue to expect only two. 

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