Praise for BoE as rates remain at record low

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The Bank of England (BoE) today held interest rates at a record low as concerns about sluggish growth outweigh worries over high inflation.

Economists predicted rates would stay at 0.5% for the 27th month in a row. The weak economy has led analysts to put back the likely date for the next rate rise to November, despite inflation hitting...

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