The Misguided Rush to Raise Rates
The Bank of England is tiptoeing toward an interest-rate increase, itching to reset monetary policy from its current crisis state yet understandably wary of snuffing out the U.K.'s nascent economic recovery. Policy makers, though, should beware raising borrowing costs for philosophical rather than financial reasons.
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