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MPC increased Bank Rate to 1.0% in May, whilst downgrading growth and raising inflation forecasts
In this Perspective Ruth Lea, Economic Adviser to the Arbuthnot Banking Group, discusses the May MPC meeting and the latest UK data.
Negative sentiment continues to drive equities sell off
Increasing concerns over the global economic outlook continue to dominate the market.
Arbuthnot Commercial ABL structures comprehensive funding package to support Strathray Capital Partners' investment into Pinnacle
Arbuthnot Commercial Asset Based Lending (ACABL) has completed the financing of Pinnacle UK Group Limited (Pinnacle), a regional electrical wholesaler and distributor.
Rate rises lead to recession fears
Central bank action dominated the news this week, with both the Bank of England and Fed raising interest rates, as they look to combat surging inflation.
MPC expected to increase Bank Rate to 1.0% in May despite recessionary concerns over tighter policy
In this Perspective Ruth Lea, Economic Adviser to the Arbuthnot Banking Group, discusses the forthcoming May MPC meeting and the latest UK data.
Inflation, slow growth, and rate hikes are contributing to negative outlook
Growing concern over the global growth outlook has increased the risk-off sentiment, weighing on stocks, and seeing a flight to the safety of US dollars.