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Upward pressure

30 June 2014 By Ian Campbell

There are good reasons for the Bank of England to raise rates. But an early move this year could be costly. Sterling would rise further. Exports, already struggling, would suffer. Rebalancing dreams would die. The BoE must hope the housing market cools, and the Fed quickens. 

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