Britain May Cut Rates to Tackle Slump
The British economy is probably already in recession and there is a growing consensus among economists that the Bank of England will be forced to cut interest rates next week, and possibly before, to prevent the financial crisis triggering a slump. Angel Gurria, the secretary general of the OECD, the international club of developed economies, said yesterday: "We are facing the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression."
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