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http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/5058068.stm

Bank set to keep UK rates steady

Interest rates are set to be frozen again - but for how much longer?
UK interest rates are set to remain at 4.5% for the tenth month in a row after the Bank of England's latest meeting.
But concerns about rising inflation mean most economists now expect the next move in rates to be up.
While expecting rates to remain unchanged in June, analysts say they could rise to 4.75% as early as August.
"What is becoming clearer is that the next move will probably be up," said Trevor Williams, chief economist at Lloyds TSB Financial Markets.

The BBC write as if they know?

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I agree. Why not just wait until midday and just report the actual news.

They realise that a lot of people still don't believe, or have ever seen, interest rate rises

Might be a shock for a few people

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I'd pi** myself if the BOE voted for a rise!

:lol:

I expect the bofe will, however Gordon controls 5 members, so he now has the veto.

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Guest Alright Jack

Bank set to keep UK rates steady

The BBC write as if they know?

It iritates me the way the bbc do that

House prices set to go up

First time buyer demand set to soar

BBC set to write a cr@p uniformative article

BBC set to get a disgusting funding increase

My favourite is when they use quotes to 'highlight a particular piece of spin'

Housing market sees 'deluge of new demand'

Real estate prepare for 'wall of money'

Inflation 'under control'

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I think that the market know a hike is comming today.

If I was BoE I would not wait till August.

If they were going to hold, becasue of the trouble in the market they will rise it today.

The damage of a rise has been inflicted on the markets today.

They may as well start administering the medicine.

I think they will rise it today for this reason. They BoE will be having last minute meetings... would not

be supprised if there is a delay on giving a verdict.

CAS

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There is a rise coming today but I expect it will be from the ECB. If the BOE moves too, could start to play havoc with the markets.

G-Man

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I think that the market know a hike is comming today.

if you think the MPC are going to raise rates today get over to Betfair quick - you'll get 50/1.

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I think that the market know a hike is comming today.

If I was BoE I would not wait till August.

If they were going to hold, becasue of the trouble in the market they will rise it today.

The damage of a rise has been inflicted on the markets today.

They may as well start administering the medicine.

I think they will rise it today for this reason. They BoE will be having last minute meetings... would not

be supprised if there is a delay on giving a verdict.

CAS

If you think there is ANY chance of this, fill your boots at 50-1 on betfair.com. There is a £10 bet available. Interestingly, the next quoted odds are 8.8, so you may be right.....

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The BBC actually does say.

"the next move in rates to be up"

Would not have thought that a couple of months back. Dirty word back then.

So its true... they can shout all they like but the market will force them to report the

truth eventually. HA HA HA HA HA

:P to the BBC.

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