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High migration won’t cool inflation pressures quickly

Migration appears to be rebounding much faster than anyone expected. But the continued "mismatches" between workers and vacancies implies that migrants have not been effective at filling all the labour shortages. As a result, the migration boom may not ease wage growth quickly and let the Bank of England off the hook soon.

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