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UK interest rates: what next?

Interest rates in the UK and elsewhere are forecast to continue rising as central banks battle inflation. We keep track of what these changes mean for markets and economies.

03/11/2022
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Authors

Simon Keane
Investment specialist

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Authors

Simon Keane
Investment specialist

Topics

In Focus
Economics
Economic views
Interest rates
UK
GDP
Growth
Inflation
Central banks
Monetary policy
Keith Wade
Azad Zangana
David Rees
Sue Noffke
Jean Roche
Simon Keane
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