Market expectations of a May interest rate rise has fallen 90 percentage points in one month following weaker-than-expected GDP data, lower inflation and Bank of England governor Mark Carney's comments it was not a "done deal".
At its February meeting, the Monetary Policy Committee suggested a rate rise would be needed "somewhat earlier" and to a "somewhat greater extent" than anticipated in order to bring inflation back to its...
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