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9th Mar 2022 18:00U.K., Daily Monitor

  • Markets are more stressed and consumers' confidence is lower than when the MPC has hiked rates before...
  • ...But with Q1 GDP looking better than feared and inflation set to soar, a 25bp rate rise next week is very likely.
  • A 50bp hike is possible if Friday's inflation expectations data are scary, but the MPC won't want to shock now.

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