Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) member Michael Saunders has echoed the Bank of England's (BoE) chief economist's hawkish tone as he suggested the BoE may need to raise rates sooner than expected, according to Reuters.
The newswire reported from a speech given by Saunders yesterday (10 June) at an Institute of Directors' event at Solent University in Southampton. Current expectations in the financial markets is that...
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