The Bank of England has increased the benchmark interest rate by 0.25 percentage points, signaling a determination by global policy makers to curb inflation despite pressure on the banking system.
– Bank of England raised benchmark interest rate by 0.25 percentage points
– This indicates policymakers are committed to controlling inflation despite pressures in the banking system
– Global countries are also determined to control inflation
– Bank of England’s recent interest rate increase signals a commitment to controlling inflation despite pressure in the banking system.
– Policymakers globally are similarly committed to controlling inflation.
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