RAPID economic growth and diving unemployment could prompt some policymakers at the Bank of
Economists believe the recovery is strong enough for the monetary policy committee (MPC) to start moving to raise rates beyond 0.5 per cent.
It would mark an important change as rates have been held at that level since 2009.
A year ago, governor
Now he is also looking at other measures of slack in the economy, such as wages, which are still weak.
"We expect the first dissent to come at this meeting," said Nomura economist
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