The FTSE shot up on the 'Super Thursday' data dump

The Bank of England’s Super Thursday data dump showed that fewer Monetary Policy Committee members wanted to raise rates than analysts expected.

There was only one dissenting voice against the decision to keep rates at 0.5%. People were expecting two or three. And this is what it did to the UK’s stock market.

It almost recovered all losses for the day in five minutes:

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