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A loosening bias emerging

Unless the headwinds of weak global growth and Brexit uncertainty fade, the next move in interest rates may be down. But the chance of a Brexit deal in January means the majority of the Committee will probably decide it is premature to act at the meeting on Thursday 7th November and leave rates on hold at 0.75%.

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