The Bank Of England Keeps Rates Unchanged

Mervyn King

Headline: The Bank of England has kept rates unchanged.

This wasn’t unexpected. Recent data has shown the UK to have higher inflation than the Bank of England prefers, with a CPI of 4.4% in February.

Growth has been weak, however, and in someways slowing, which is what’s holding the bank back from hiking rates.

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