United Kingdom Category

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Will The Bank Of England Hike Interest Rates Or Restart Quantitative Easing

October 21, 2010

The United Kingdom is currently in a difficult position. With their economic situation looking less optimistic and prices becoming less stable, the Bank of England is going to have to make some very tough decisions in the next couple of months.

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Spencer Dale Comments On Inflation In The U.K.

September 28, 2010

On September 22nd, 2010, Spencer Dale, a member of the Monetary Policy Committee for the Bank of England and its Chief Economist, shared his thoughts on the current elevated inflation levels in the U.K. at Cardiff Business School. In an effort to maximize the U.K.’s economic growth, the Bank of England set a target inflation […]

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