Paying the price of recovery: Could the Bank of England be the first to raise rates?

Race to stabilise economy slowly hots up

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Sandra Holdsworth of Aegon Asset Management

We have all become familiar with looking at charts over the last 12 months – rates of infection, R numbers, country case comparisons, the list goes on.

In the latest phase of the ongoing pandemic, the chart in focus is one that shows the rate of vaccination by country. Daily updates add to the 'drama' of seeing which country is vaccinating the fastest....

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