Britain: A Preemptive Strike Against InflationBy
The newly independent Bank of England displayed its autonomy on June 6 by hiking interest rates. The base rate rose to 6.5% from 6.25%. Mortgage rates were quickly lifted higher, by a larger one-third of a percentage point.
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