Kate Andrews Kate Andrews

The Bank of England is playing catch up with inflation

The Bank of England has voted to hike interest rates to 0.75 per cent, the third successive rise, which puts rates back to their pre-pandemic levels. Historically, we’re still at ultra low levels, but the rise is anything but insignificant.

After the Federal Reserve made its first move to lift interest rates by 0.25

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