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Carney’s quandary

24 June 2015 By Swaha Pattanaik

The UK economy has been growing for a while and wages are finally picking up. But inflation is still pitifully low. And if a rate rise chokes growth, there’s little room for stimulative cuts. It’s a far cry from the clear choices the monetary authorities faced during the crisis. 

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