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"While some in the City believe that interest rates may have peaked at 4.75%, the IMF said that further tightening of monetary policy would be needed to keep inflation in check. "While inflation remains low, the economy is now running at close to capacity and cost pressures are increasing; the Bank of England has appropriately raised interest rates five times since November 2003 and a continued 'early but gradual' approach appears desirable."

Maybe they haven't peaked after all eh?

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