Source: Financial Times
The Bank of England on Thursday decided to keep interest rates on hold at 3.75 per cent, in spite of recent data that have prompted worries about a weakening British economy.
Sterling strengthened slightly on the decision, which was not accompanied by a statement from the Bank.
Most analysts had predicted that rates would probably be kept on
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