BoE holds rate, but two officials vote for cut

The Bank of England kept its policy rate on hold at 0.75% today (December 19), though for a second meeting in a row, two officials voted in favour of a cut.

The monetary policy committee was split 7–2 in favour of the rate hold. Most MPC members noted data had come in broadly in line with the November forecast, with growth expected to be weak in the short term before recovering in the spring. Those voting to hold also highlighted the tight labour market and continued uncertainty around trade.

You are currently unable to copy this content. Please contact [email protected] to find out more.

Source link

Free Course

"Double Your Traffic in 30 days" + Secret Bonus

valued at $299

This amazing course will teach you, step by step, how to double if not triple your traffic over the next 30 days.

100% Privacy. We will never spam you!