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Bank of England (BoE) Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) Meeting Minutes

 
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Dec 15, 2022
The Monetary Policy Meeting Minutes are a detailed record of the Bank of England's policy setting meeting, containing in-depth insights into the economic conditions that influenced the decision on where to set interest rates. The breakdown of the MPC members' interest rate votes tends to be the most important part of the minutes.
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Bank of England (BoE) Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) Meeting Minutes
 
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BoE MPC Meeting Minutes Discussion

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Ankit Solanki
Ankit Solanki Dec 15, 2022 12:52AM ET
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up and down
Katosh Pantoliano
Katosh Pantoliano May 02, 2019 7:52AM ET
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i like gbpjpy to the upside once the news loosens up... we have a 2nd degree fractal hybrid divergence in conformity with a Newtonian angle...such confluences create a higher probability and extreme  significance... hope you all win....
Arshad Majeed
Arshad Majeed Sep 10, 2015 12:20AM ET
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It seems it will go down for more 60 to 80 pips today ..... so lets watch what's happening next :P
Chaminda Muthuhetti
Chaminda Muthuhetti Nov 19, 2014 4:39AM ET
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tharaka dan mokada wen nae.
tharaka Niroshana
tharaka Niroshana Oct 22, 2014 5:34AM ET
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Thanks for your prediction Prasanna. I agree with that & it was correct.
Iresh Chathuranga
Iresh Chathuranga Oct 22, 2014 5:34AM ET
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No GBP will go up. don't expect that
SriLankan Best Forex Analyser
SriLankan Best Forex Analyser Oct 22, 2014 4:54AM ET
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hii Guys did you read my predictions, GBP was down 60 pips within 14 mnts ( server time 10.28 to 10.42 am- from 1.6070 to 1.6011) it will reach 100 pips within another 2.5 hours c u that time
Iresh Chathuranga
Iresh Chathuranga Oct 22, 2014 4:54AM ET
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Hey I think GBP will go up. next time they will rise their interest rate ready for that
M Faizan Faizan
M Faizan Faizan Oct 22, 2014 1:52AM ET
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Up or Down Any option.
SriLankan Best Forex Analyser
SriLankan Best Forex Analyser Oct 22, 2014 12:57AM ET
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100 pipes down trend to GBP
SriLankan Best Forex Analyser
SriLankan Best Forex Analyser Oct 22, 2014 12:54AM ET
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I hardly believe GBP get down for another 100 pipes.. during last 3 weeks GBP was hit by USD, and still it couldn't recover. if interest rate increased by UK bank definitely bit worse impact will be on UK banks because USA is booming also UK government and bank not known the future monetary policies of USA if USA monetary policy got stronger than UK policies then GBP will get down and it will hit UK banks. hence the result of this meeting , interest rate will not be increased and slight reduce can be expected till USD currency balance with other pairs.. . so don't expect bullish of GBP definitely its down trend till another 100 pipes. . arguable....... comments are welcome
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SriLankan Best Forex Analyser Oct 22, 2014 12:47AM ET
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my Opinion is GBP was hit by USD 3 weeks ago, still they are recovering, during this recovery period England Bank unable to afford the high interest rate, if they do so worse impact on the bank side, because UK government cant predict and control the US currency, if USD get more strength due to US monetary policies since US is booming, then GBP will get down and UK bank will have to suffer.. Hence I feel UK banks will reduce the interest rate till USD currency is balance with other currencies.. Hardly believe GBP will have bearish trend for another 100 pipes
 
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