In the media | 02 Feb 2023

Bloomberg: BOE Poised to Deliver 10th Straight Hike, Forecast of Persistent Inflation

Bank of England

Michael Saunders, Senior Economic Advisor at Oxford Economics, joins Francine Lacqua at Bloomberg to discuss the UK economy, interest rates and inflation.

Watch the full interview below:

"The days of ultra low interest rates are behind us"

Former Bank of England policy maker Michael Saunders looks ahead to the central bank's decision with @flacqua https://t.co/i15FAPA8r2 pic.twitter.com/iz8AfycIYB

— Bloomberg UK (@BloombergUK) February 2, 2023

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