Interest rate cut on hold

Posted on 22 Aug 2019 and read 601 times
Interest rate cut on holdResponding to the Bank of England’s recent decision to hold interest rates at 0.75%, Tej Parikh — chief economist at
the Institute of Directors — said: “With limited visibility, the Bank of England is right to err on the side of caution by holding interest rates steady.

“As it stands, the MPC still needs further clarity on the nature of Brexit and the effectiveness of the new Government’s preparations before wading into what are now critical changes in monetary policy.

Although the recent decline in sterling could lead to higher inflation down the line, uncertainty and hiccups in global growth are pinching economic activity right now and increasing the risk of a downturn.

“All eyes will be on the MPC’s September meeting. If a disorderly exit from the EU is on the cards, the Bank must not shy away from lowering interest rates in advance to support businesses and households through the turbulence.

“Waiting until after the fact could reduce the impact of any action taken.”

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