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Chief economist update: The UK is not OKBY BENJAMIN ONG | MONDAY, 12 AUG 2019 8:31AM
Continuing deterioration in the UK's economic fundamentals has ignited rate cut speculations. But with the Bank Rate at 0.75% and QE still in place, it's not the liquidity and the cost of borrowing that's the problem.
Read more: US, BOE, Brexit, EU, Bank Rate, Germany, Italy, QE, Bank of England, Boris Johnson, European Union, National Accounts, Office for National Statistics, recent UK, UK GDP, UK Prime Minister, US-China
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