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Distant hikes

12 November 2014 By Ian Campbell

The Bank of England could hardly be less keen to raise rates. But the forecast by Governor Mark Carney that it will take three years for inflation to rise to the 2 percent target is based on implausibly fast growth. The timeframe for tighter money will keep being pushed back.    

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