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The next phases for interest rates and the BoE’s possible guidance

With interest rates nearing a peak, the next two phases of monetary policy will most probably be rates being held at that peak and then being cut. The Bank of England may soon provide some guidance on both, although ultimately it will be the economy that determines the outcome. We think lingering inflation pressures will mean rates stay at their peak for around a year before being reduced in 2024.

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