Mark Carney has given his latest hint that UK central bank rates will rise
The Bank of England’s (BoE) Mark Carney has
reiterated the need for interest rates to increase as the UK
economy continues to normalise.
Speaking to an audience in Glasgow on Wednesday, the
governor of the BoE said a rise in the central bank rate will
be determined by economic data.
The latest report from the Bank shows job creation has been
the quickest on record, pushing unemployment down to 6.5% and
raising expectations that an increase in rates is coming
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