3 things to watch interest rates 2023

What Next For Interest Rates? 3 Things To Watch

What Next For Interest Rates? 3 Things To Watch Let’s cut to it: The last rate rise was smaller than the previous, is that a trend? Two members of the MPC wanted no change in interest rates, will that sentiment grow? Shortages in the labour market are being highlighted as inflationary issues, will Government policy
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The Covid Impact on Defaults, Risk & Lending

The Covid Impact on Defaults, Risk & Lending And why it matters to you… There is always media coverage and perception of what is going on when it comes to lending, ‘borrowing’ and ‘debt’. We see coverage of what lenders are doing and how it can be difficult to borrow, easy to borrow or that
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Interest Rates? Where To Next…

Interest Rates The base rate of interest in the UK remains at 0.5%, an all time low. The cautionary note came from the notes to the last MPC meeting which showed 2 of the panel voting for a rise, this is the first real split in opinion for some time. So does this mean interest
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Base Interest Rate Set To Stay Low?

Base Interest Rate The base rate of interest has been kept at the all time low of 0.5% for at least another month. Good news for variable rate mortgage holders, good news for borrowers. A settled and consistent base rate of interest can provide confidence, however we are increasingly seeing talk of rising interest rates,
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