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Bank ‘using weak wages to avoid raising rates’

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Bank of England officials are using weak wages as an excuse to avoid raising interest rates, one of the founding members of its monetary policy setting committe

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‘The Brexit vote is starting to have major negative consequences’ – experts debate the data

Shared from on 24 March 2017

Two former members of the Bank of England’s interest rate-setting committee discuss the outlook for this year. Includes discussion of XpertHR pay forecast data.

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‘The Brexit vote is starting to have major negative consequences’ – experts debate the data

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Two former members of the Bank of England’s interest rate-setting committee discuss the outlook for this year. Includes discussion of XpertHR pay forecast data.

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‘The Brexit vote is starting to have major negative consequences’ – experts debate the data

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Two former members of the Bank of England’s interest rate-setting committee discuss the outlook for this year. Includes discussion of XpertHR pay forecast data.

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When will Britons get a pay rise?

Shared from on 27 February 2017

Brexit and exodus of foreign workers may force employers to pay more, but there are no guarantees

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Uncertainty over Brexit and US job market halted Fed’s interest rates rise

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Federal Reserve held off on raising interest rates in June due to the possibility of market turbulence after Brexit and worries about the latest US job report

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Uncertainty over Brexit and US job market halted Fed’s interest rates rise

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Federal Reserve held off on raising interest rates in June due to the possibility of market turbulence after Brexit and worries about the latest US job report

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Uncertainty over Brexit and US job market halted Fed’s interest rates rise

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Federal Reserve held off on raising interest rates in June due to the possibility of market turbulence after Brexit and worries about the latest US job report

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Wages will rise slower than forecast by Bank of England, says report

Shared from on 7 March 2016

Likely increase of 2%, rather than predicted 4%, would keep interest rates at historic low and hit Treasury tax receipts

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Shock wage growth slowdown puts UK interest rate hike on back-burner

Shared from on 16 December 2015

A shock pay slowdown hit the pound today as the City bet against the Bank of England following its US counterpart with an imminent rate rise. 

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Shock wage growth slowdown puts UK interest rate hike on back-burner

Shared from on 16 December 2015

A shock pay slowdown hit the pound today as the City bet against the Bank of England following its US counterpart with an imminent rate rise. 

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Strong pay growth puts pressure on BoE to raise interest rates

Shared from on 30 September 2015

ONS data shows real-terms wage growth of 4.7% in three months to the end of June, which helped to cement 0.7% increase in GDP in the second quarter

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Strong pay growth puts pressure on BoE to raise interest rates

Shared from on 30 September 2015

ONS data shows real-terms wage growth of 4.7% in three months to the end of June, which helped to cement 0.7% increase in GDP in the second quarter

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Low pay, low inflation and low interest rates? This is not 1975

Shared from on 17 August 2015

The debate over an interest rate hike labours on in both the UK and the US, but static pay and minimal inflation means ultra-low rates are staying put

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Low pay, low inflation and low interest rates? This is not 1975

Shared from on 17 August 2015

The debate over an interest rate hike labours on in both the UK and the US, but static pay and minimal inflation means ultra-low rates are staying put

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