A SURVEY of hundreds of
Barely a quarter of investors expect that the Bank will hold off until the second half of next year to raise interest rates for the first time since the financial crisis.
According to a survey released today by Capital Spreads, nearly two thirds now believe the increase will come later this year, or the early months of next year.
"Clearly investors believe that raising interest rates will happen before the general election, despite political pressure to maintain the status quo until after the hustings," said Capital Spreads'
The Bank of
Almost all the managers polled believe that the
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