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A disinflated pound

18 September 2007 By Ian Campbell

Inflation has dropped swiftly. The Bank of England may take advantage by cutting interest rates to help alleviate the credit crunch. That could undercut the pound, whose fall might deter capital flows into the UK, reduce growth and stir up some inflation again.

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