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Catherine Mann warns wage and price increases are ‘inconsistent’ with central bank’s 2 per cent target
Many economists believe the cost of borrowing will increase several times this year
Market Questions is the FT’s guide to the week ahead
Would-be homebuyers confound forecasters and turn cautious, BoE survey
Peers’ report flags ‘far-reaching consequences’ of central bank competing with commercial lenders
Bank of England survey of 3,000 CFOs finds marked deterioration in expectations for first quarter of 2022
International lenders anticipate competing demands over how they structure their operations
Pressure grows on the Fed, BoE and others as governments wrestle with debt, Covid crises and inflation
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Big central banks have toughened stance on inflation
In an almost simultaneous change of heart, policymakers are moving to raise rates and ditch crisis support
Bank of England’s rates move prompts surge in inquiries on remortgaging and borrowing at brokers
The Old Lady wants to convince us that she’s still got it.
Prospect of central bank winding down balance sheet adds to pressure on gilt prices
TPG joins the wave of private equity groups going public
The central bank’s surprise interest rate rise highlights its concern about persistent inflation
Borrowing costs increase from 0.1% as central bank highlights inflation risk
Investors bet on boost to revenues as tracker mortgage rates climb
Less Old Lady, more unreliable boyfriend.
Rapid spread of Omicron coronavirus variant cited as the reason for further caution by MPC
Consumer prices rise by 5.1% in November, far outstripping expectations
Central banks to start process of normalising interest rates in 2022
The central bank has suggested removing one of the post-financial crisis guardrails against runaway mortgage debt
Fund warns that demand in the UK economy is too strong and inflation will rise to about 5.5%
New coronavirus variant means the outlook is still too confused for first rate rise