Bank 'won't be pushed into raising interest sharply' - David Miles

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The Bank of England won't be pressured into hiking the base rate quickly because inflation is likely to remain relatively low, according to economist David Miles.

Speaking to BBC Radio today Miles, a member of the Monetary Policy Committee, which sets the bank base rate, pointed out that inflation is currently below the Bank’s two% target. He added: "That...

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