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Labour Market (May/Jun.)

The strong rise in the supply of workers in May helped to take some of the heat out of the labour market. Even so, the sharp increase in employment and pick-up in wage growth supports our view that the Bank of England will have to raise interest rates to a peak of 3.00%, instead of the analyst consensus of 2.00%.

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