BoE: Expect two more years of above-target inflation


The Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee has said inflation may remain above the 2% target for the next two years, in part due to sterling weakness.

In a rare statement accompanying today's monetary policy decision, the MPC said inflation is expected to fall back to its target level after that point. The forecast represents a further extension of...

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