Reports Tagged: BoE

May 24, 2024

UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s call for a July 4 snap election and surprisingly stubborn inflation may have sidelined a rate cut by the Bank of England (BOE) next month but it

May 09, 2024

The Bank of England (BOE) warned it may start cutting rates as soon as next month as long as data continue to indicate the risks of inflation persistence are receding.

May 06, 2024

The Bank of England (BOE) again will hold rates at their 16-year peak this week and reprise the committee’s February eight-to-one March vote count, though it has likely lowered inflation

April 19, 2024

Despite slightly firmer-than-expected UK inflation, Bank of England (BOE) governor Andrew Bailey – being careful not to let expectations for a first rate cut drift too far out this year

March 27, 2024

We expect the Bank of England (BOE) to cut rates 75bps this year, spreading 25bps moves across meetings in June, August and November as a temporary dip in inflation under

March 19, 2024

The Bank of England (BOE) is tipping toward a June cut in Bank Rate, awaiting confirmation that headline inflation is going to continue to slow and squeeze out the risk

February 14, 2024

After a flurry of excitement early this month over the Bank of England (BOE) dropping its tightening bias and tilting policy toward easing this year, inflation persistence now has officials

February 01, 2024

The Bank of England (BOE) held rates at 5.25% and set the stage for rate cuts by dropping prior guidance that warned of further tightening before Governor Andrew Bailey took

January 12, 2024

Collapsing UK inflation could prompt the Bank of England (BOE) to cut rates as soon as March as it scrambles to upgrade November’s outdated economic projections, and it seeks to

October 31, 2023

With little faith in the Bank of England’s (BOE) willingness to return UK inflation back to the 2% target before the economy slides into recession, markets are already speculating how

September 21, 2023

The Bank of England (BOE) elevated its concern that growth will falter over the risk of persistence in inflation in today’s decision in a tight policy vote to keep rates

September 13, 2023

The Bank of England (BOE) is likely to hike one more time by 25 basis points to 5.50% when the Monetary Policy Committee meets next Thursday, September 21, and it

July 28, 2023

With a crisis of confidence deepening in the Bank of England’s (BOE) ability to wrestle the UK’s inflation problem without precipitating a recession, its Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) may opt

June 22, 2023

In a clear signal the Bank of England (BOE) plans plenty of additional tightening and accepts it has lost control of inflation, a voting majority supported a surprise 50 basis

June 20, 2023

The Bank of England (BOE), losing its battle with inflation, will hike rates another 25 basis points this week and probably end up blasting past 5% in coming months, as

May 09, 2023

The Bank of England (BOE) will likely deliver another widely expected 25 basis-point- hike in its Bank rate this week to 4.50% though less expected is that it might well

March 20, 2023

If ever there was a central bank to sprint for the sidelines amid market turmoil it would be the Bank of England (BOE). Even though inflation is slowing, it remains

January 30, 2023

With inflation still hovering above 10%, the Bank of England (BOE) will likely fulfill market expectations of a 50 basis point hike in the key rate to 4% this week

October 31, 2022

Showing a new found sensitivity to financial market dislocation, the Bank of England (BOE)’s Andrew Bailey might opt for a rate hike of only 50 basis points when the Bank

October 21, 2022

The latest UK fiscal U-turn may have spared Governor Andrew Bailey from having to deliver a 100 basis points hike when the Bank of England (BOE) meets next month, though