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What will the Bank of England do?

Its Monetary Policy Committee meets on Thursday—for the first time since the Brexit vote

By George Magnus  

The Bank of England's headquarters ©Anthony Devlin/PA Wire/Press Association Images

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The fastmoving events of domestic politics are currently driving what goes on in the UK markets. However the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee has been assessing the state of the economy in the wake of the EU referendum, and will announce at noon on Thursday what it has decided to do (if it does decide to do…

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