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Higher interest rates to trigger a deeper recession

If interest rates rise from 2.25% to 5.00%, as we now expect, we think the economy will suffer a deeper recession involving a 2% peak-to-trough fall in real GDP. That may result in the unemployment rate rising from 3.6% in July to 5.5% and may eventually allow the Bank of England to cut interest rates in 2024.

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