A hike in the base rate of as little as 0.25% would have a much greater impact on the disposable incomes of highly indebted consumers, potentially threatening the UK's recovery, Neil Woodford has said.
The manager (pictured), who expects rates will rise much later than markets are currently estimating, said given the Bank of England now has a dual mandate to promote financial stability, a hike now seems...
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'Further plug advice gap'
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