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"Interest rates are expected to be slashed to an historic low this week in a bid to give the country a post-Brexit vote boost. Bank governor Mark Carney has already signalled policymakers on the Monetary Policy Committee would vote to slash rates over the summer, suggesting a cut in July or August. Economists at Hargreaves Lansdown said it was 'now probable' rates will be cut on Thursday, with financial markets pricing in a reduction from 0.5 per cent to 0.25 per cent.", www.standard.co.uk
"What happens to interest rates The first thing to look for this week is glaringly obvious: whether the Bank of England cuts interest rates on Thursday and whether it also starts a bout of quantitative easing to push more cash into the markets. That might appear a pretty momentous event, for there has been no change in rates for more than seven years. But actually I think the reaction to whatever it does will be more important than the decision itself.", www.independent.co.uk
"The economy could be given a post-Brexit vote boost this week as expectations mount that the Bank of England will cut interest rates to a new historic low.Bank governor Mark Carney has already signalled policymakers on the Monetary Policy Committee", money.aol.co.uk
"From Yahoo Finance: Brexit worries are set to dominate the coming week, with Bank of England Governor Mark Carney stepping into the policy breach once more as Britain begins a two-month wait to find out the identity of its next Prime Minister. Data from the United States and China will meanwhile give an indication of how the world's top economies were placed on the eve of Britain's shock June 23 vote to quit the European Union. The referendum result has thrust Britain into its worst political crisis of modern times and raised fears about global growth and stability that have roiled financial markets.", finance.yahoo.com
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