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Don't Bank on it

21 June 2010 By Neil Collins

UK inflation is always about to fall back below its target, but somehow never quite does. The BoE’s faith in spare capacity to restrain prices looks increasingly misplaced, but it dare not raise rates. As a result, its target of 2 percent CPI inflation looks more like a floor.

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