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7th Jun 2022 18:00U.K., Daily Monitor

The fall in May’s composite PMI to a 15-month low is a clear sign that growth is faltering as real incomes drop.

Retail and car sales also have been weak; we expect a quarter-over-quarter drop in GDP in Q2 of about 0.5%.

May’s PMI makes it more likely the MPC will hike by just 25bp this month; markets' expectations are too high.

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