Carney to Signal U.K. Rate Outlook With Final 2015 Forecasts

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  • Officials will probably leave key rate at 0.5% on Thursday
  • Forbes may join McCafferty in push for higher borrowing costs

Mark Carney, governor of the Bank of England.

Photographer: Guillermo Gutierrez/Bloomberg

Mark Carney is approaching his self-imposed deadline to clarify policy thinking.
The Bank of England governor has been saying since July that the timing for the first interest-rate increase will become clearer at the turn of the year. This week is one of his last opportunities to guide investors, as he presents the central bank’s final economic projections for 2015 at the Inflation Report press conference in London. 

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