`Brexit' May Push BOE Rate Increase Out to 2020: Chart

The Bank of England won’t raise rates until 2020, according to a swaps-based index from Morgan Stanley. That’s later than a European Central Bank hike, as indicated by a similar index. “The increased likelihood of ‘Brexit’ lifts the chances of looser monetary policy,” Jamie Murray, chief EMEA economist at Bloomberg Intelligence, said.

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