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Stickiest part of services inflation may soon worry BoE less

Our view that the Bank of England will become less concerned by the most persistent part of services CPI inflation suggests that it will cut interest rates in the summer, perhaps in June. But the risk is that non-energy intensive services inflation stays sticky and the Bank cuts rates a bit later.

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