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Electoral cycle to keep rates high, but deepen cuts in 2025

A loosening in fiscal policy next year ahead of a possible election in late 2024 is another reason to think that the Bank of England will keep rates at their current level of 5.25% until late in 2024. And a tightening in fiscal policy in 2025 will contribute to rate cuts in 2025 being faster and larger than investors currently anticipate.

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