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Unhappy resemblance

7 July 2011 By Ian Campbell

UK and EU interest rate policies are oddly different. The Bank of England held at levels far lower than Europe’s despite the fact that inflation in Britain is a lot higher. The reason is that the UK has things in common with the euro zone’s periphery and lags Germany.

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