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Threading the needle

2 November 2017 By Peter Thal Larsen

The first increase in UK interest rates for a decade is no grounds for celebration. Rather, it’s an admission that Brexit has permanently lowered the country’s growth prospects. Governor Mark Carney must worry about inflation and a weak currency. The rest is up to politicians.

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