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Britain's interest rates will rise gradually but Brexit remains the biggest uncertainty, Governor of the Bank of England Mark Carney told a sitting of the UK Parliament's Treasury Select Committee.
Brexit-related risks are clearly a threat for Sterling, but today focus will be on speeches from two Bank of England decision makers.
Coverage of the Bank of England's interest rate decision, the minutes covering the latest MPC meeting, the quarterly Inflation Report and Governor Mark Carney's press conference.
The Pound-to-Euro exchange rate is said to be biased towards further weakness as the Bank of England is likely to fall short of market expectations this Thursday.
Analysts at RBS expect the MPC’s guidance to edge in a ‘hawkish’ direction - what are the implications for the British Pound?
"I consider it likely that interest rates will need to rise further over time"
Analysts give their views on the Bank of England's latest interest rate decision and monetary policy statement.
Brexit talks are the main event into year-end but, some say, interest rates will take centre stage again in 2018. Here's what that means for the Pound Sterling:
In one scenario - where the global debt bubble pops - the British Pound could fall 27%.
The Bank of England have just released their Agents’ summary of business conditions - the report offers a snapshot of investment intentions amongst British businesses and is a key reference for policy makers at Threadneedle Street.
We cover the British Pound's reaction to the Bank of England's November policy decision, Inflation Report bringing the views of the most prominent analysts in the financial sector.
Pound Sterling could fall in response to an eagerly-anticipated rate hike from the Bank of England Thursday, says one strategist, as the first increase in bank rate for a decade is now the minimum that traders expect.
Is the Bank of England about to make a policy mistake? The question is incredibly important for how the Pound trades over coming months.
Professor Silvana Tenreyro says she will be inclined to vote for a rate rise in near future but Governor Carney's measured tone disappoints Sterling-bulls who are hungry for hints on potential interest rate rises in 2018.
The BoE's allusion to a possible rate rise is beginning to look like "policy error", according to one strategist, but if the bank rescinds its earlier guidance then bearish voices around Sterling will be amplified and losses magnified.
Past cycles show the Bank of England (BOE) usually raises interest rates much more frequently than the market expects, according to research by Nomura, which could mean a stronger Pound going forward.
UBS foresee two near-term interest rate rises coming out of the Bank of England which goes against consensus expectations for an one-off rate rise in November.
Carney did little to add renewed impetus to last week's Sterling rally while the bulk of strategists see only a one-time boost from a BoE hike.
The Bank of England’s Gertjan Vlieghe has hammered home the point that interest rates are to rise for the first time in a decade in late-2017.
The British Pound has received fresh impetus as another Bank of England policy-setter reinforces the view that interest rate are to rise.