BOE Julius to leave central bank in 2 months-FT

UNITED KINGDOM - DeAnne Julius, one of the most dovish members of the Bank of England's rate-setting Monetary Policy Committee, is poised to leave the central bank in two months.

A consistent advocate of lower interest rates and, as such, a strong ally of British industry, she is mulling job offers in the corporate sector, the Financial Times reported on Mar 28, 2001.

The former chief economist at British Airways and Shell has, in her 43 committee meetings, voted twice to raise interest rates a

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