The larger-than-expected fall in inflation in November means it is becoming increasingly untenable for policymakers to claim that they are not even thinking about rate cuts. We are now pencilling in a first cut for next June, rather than September, and think the Bank will bring rates down to 3.0% by the end of 2024 (previously 3.5%).
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