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UK Base Rate Unchanged, other countries start to raise.

08th October 2009

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As widely expected, the Bank of England have left base rate unchanged at the historically low level of 0.5%. Despite some speculation regarding Quantative Easing, the Bank decided to continue with the current £175bn programme, although a further £25bn later this year cannot be ruled out. The full article is published here

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