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Rising interest costs will add to the pain for households

A rise in Bank Rate to a peak of 3.00% wouldn’t dent real consumer spending anywhere near as much as the drag from surging inflation over the coming quarters. That said, it would only compound the downward impact on spending, which reinforces our view that the economy will fall into a recession.

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