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Bbc Prediction For Today's Base Rate Decision

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It's almost 8:00am on the day of the next BOE Base Rate Decision and there is NOTHING on the BBC website predicting which way it will go! Since I discovered this site almost six months ago, the BBC have ALWAYS predicted what will happen at least one day in advance, if not two ... but now only silence! :ph34r:

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It's almost 8:00am on the day of the next BOE Base Rate Decision and there is NOTHING on the BBC website predicting which way it will go! Since I discovered this site almost six months ago, the BBC have ALWAYS predicted what will happen at least one day in advance, if not two ... but now only silence! :ph34r:

EXACTLY!!!

I think there is a POSSIBILITY of a rise.. Its a gut feeling, but its a strong feeling. Somethings is just not right ????

TB

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I suspect it'll be a few months before we see a rise....although that may not be a bad thing for HPCers as when the rises come they'll have to be faster and harder than early rate rises...

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Yes, it's there now but didn't appear until 9:20 this morning ... they've normally got something up the day before at least!

...but at least they're starting to talk about a rise rather than a cut (at some point in the future at least!)...

Many analysts now expect rates to remain at 4.5% for the rest of 2006, with some suggesting the next move could be up rather than down.

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