Since the referendum the UK economy has been doing rather well and according to the Bank of England little slack is left. Slow and moderate increases in the base rate should allow inflation to converge to the Bank’s objective. However, the decision of the Monetary Policy Committee last week to keep the rate unchanged despite its confidence about the growth outlook reflects the cautious approach of the Bank of England. Brexit remains a source of uncertainty after all.


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