Confusion reigns as forward guidance fails to set out clear interest rate path
15 May 2014 2:30pm
- Investec: Carney quashes rate hike fears
- Monex Europe: Carney pushes back against rate hike expectations
- EY: The MPC’s latest Inflation Report struck a dovish tone, suggesting that those expecting an interest rate rise this year are likely to be disappointed.
- Signia Wealth: UK inflation report hints at curtain falling on low interest rates
- Berenberg: The Bank of England is edging closer to a rate hike in Q1 2015.
- Scotia Bank: The projections and the Bank’s language represented a moderate evolution closer to a rate hike.
- Markit: A rise in the first quarter may be on the cards instead of the second quarter.
- RBC Capital Markets: We maintain our view for the first Bank Rate hike to come in November 2015 (much later than the market pricing for early 2015).
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