Bank of England lifts rates to 13-year high as it looks to tackle inflation

by | May 5, 2022

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The Bank of England hiked interest rates to 1% on Thursday – the highest level in 13 years – as it looks to tackle rising inflation.
The Monetary Policy Committee lifted the key Bank Rate from 0.75%.

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