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Bank of England weighs up ending its rate hike run

The Bank of England must decide next week whether to halt its long run of interest rate hikes or push them up again, probably for one last time, despite investor alarm over how banks in the United States and Europe are coping with higher borrowing costs.

UK businesses plan smallest price rises in a year: BoE survey

British businesses scaled back plans for price rises in February but overall intentions for price and wage increases remain high, according to a Bank of England survey which is unlikely to resolve policymakers' disagreements on the inflation outlook.

Another BoE rate rise isn't inevitable, Bailey says

Bank of England Governor Andrew Bailey said on Wednesday it was possible the central bank had already come to the end of its rate-rising cycle, leading financial markets question whether a rate rise this month is as clear-cut as they thought.

UK pay settlements hit 6%, highest since 1991: XpertHR

British employers offered the biggest annual pay rises in 32 years during the three months to the end of January, but these increases are still a long way behind double-digit inflation, industry data showed on Wednesday.

Stocks rise as data tempers recession worries

Stocks rose on Thursday as recent economic data from around the world fed hopes that the global economy might not face as hard a landing as feared a few months ago, even as interest rates threaten to remain higher for longer than expected.

Bank of England officials split over future path for rates

Bank of England policymakers disagreed on Thursday about where interest rates need to go to tame inflation, with Governor Andrew Bailey stressing the uncertainty of the outlook, a week after the BoE suggested its run of rate hikes might be peaking.

Euro nears nine-month peak as ECB hawks let fly

The dollar was staring at a fourth straight session of losses against the euro on Monday as more hawkish comments on European interest rates contrasted with market pricing for a less aggressive Federal Reserve.

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