Sterling fell sharply this afternoon in response to the Bank of England's announcement it will keep rates on hold at 0.5%, and dovish comments in the November Inflation Report.
The Bank's Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) voted 8-1 to keep rates at record lows, citing a weakened outlook for global growth since its August Inflation Report. Markets were unsurprised by the announcement,...
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