BoE's Sentance concerned about inflation

Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee Andrew Sentance said Friday 23 February in an interview with The Times he was concerned that a pick-up in demand could boost inflation.

Sentance said in the interview it was necessary to keep demand under control.

He also told the British daily any negative impact of the strong pound was offset by the strength of the global economy.

In comments published in Friday's edition of The Times, he noted that three rate rises by the central bank since August were

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