So Much For The UK Raising Rates

UK pound sterling

Literally, there were reports yesterday that the UK could soon halt its version of quantitative easing, and maybe begin to think about raising interest rates sometime next year. Ha!

After today’s ugly GDP report, its obvious: The UK will keep buying bonds from itself. That’s why the pound is slumping. The inflation train must continue

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