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Weekly Economic Perspectives

Bank of England Considers Rate Cut in Coming Quarters

Despite leaving its rate unchanged at 5.25%, the Bank of England signaled a potential shift towards monetary easing amid robust growth and inflationary pressures. Governor Bailey's remarks hinted at an imminent rate cut.

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Investment Strategist

UK Economy Back Into Growth Territory 

Spotlight on Next Week

  • Little improvement seen in US inflation, but improvement nonetheless.
  • UK unemployment to have inched up.
  • Japan’s economy to have contracted in Q1.
  • Australia’s employment may have risen below expectations.

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