Wednesday, Dec 20, 2006

MPC December minutes released

Reuters UK: Bank votes for steady rates

The Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee were unanimous in their December 7th decision to hold interest rates at 5.0%. However, there were differences in their attitudes to inflation and trends for 2007.

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1. sovietuk said...

Bunch of wusses

Wednesday, December 20, 2006 01:54PM Report Comment
 

2. paul said...

And shortly after this decision was taken, CPI jumped to 2.8% and the MPC all shat themselves.

Wednesday, December 20, 2006 02:23PM Report Comment
 

3. Taffee said...

load of rubbish

Wednesday, December 20, 2006 07:00PM Report Comment
 

4. Jinkyb said...

The MPC really are a bunch of pathetic, weak, impressionable wussies. Dont they have any imagination? or balls? Their softly softly approach is pathetic, they are worse than the politicians. Look at CPI (fake nu labour measure of spending for aliens) : even at 2.8% it is way above target. Dont get me started on RPI; its touching 4 percent for god's sake. - Pop Quiz hot MPC hot shots: imminent car crash. Do you a) slam on the brakes? or b) let go of the wheel and pretend you aren't driving?

Thursday, December 21, 2006 12:55AM Report Comment
 

5. Enuii said...

They are stuck in a corner with nowhere to go, interest rates up and the economy is shagged, interest rates down and the economy will burn out as more debt is piled on. They are trying to ride out the coming storm in typical Nu-Labour fashion by doing nothing and hoping it will go away.

Thursday, December 21, 2006 09:56PM Report Comment
 

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