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Don't panic

8 January 2009 By Ian Campbell

The Bank of England has cut its policy rate to its lowest level in 314 years. Yet the halfpoint cut seems designed to hold some ammo in reserve. The BoE is probably concerned about extreme fiscal loosening and a weak pound, and may want to avoid unconventional monetary measures.

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