IMF Says BOE Should Keep Rates on Hold, Warns on Housing MarketBy
Annual health check says further lending curbs may be needed
Osborne says IMF report strongest since he became chancellor
The Bank of England should keep interest rates at a record low until inflation pressures are clearer, the International Monetary Fund said as it warned that financial-stability officials may need to take further action to stop Britons assuming too much housing debt.
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