A report from the UK parliament's Treasury Committee, published Tuesday, says that the Bank of England should disclose how members of its rate-setting Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) voted at the same time as it announces its interest rate decisions.
This would eliminate market uncertainty, the report claims. Currently the central bank publishes minutes of the MPC's monthly meetings, revealing how each of the nine members voted, two weeks after the rate decision. This is not soon enough clai
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