Bank of England voted 9-0 to hold rates in Sept

The Bank of England said on Wednesday 22 September that it voted 9-0 to hold rates at 4.75 per cent in its 8 and 9 September MPC meeting. The Bank noted that recent labour market data was "surprisingly weak," though inflationary pressures were still evident in the supply chain.

``The further signs that the U.K. housing market was cooling might mean a greater risk of a more abrupt correction to house- price inflation,'' the minutes of the Sept. 8-9 meeting said. ``The committee may have underes

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