Policymakers also voted Thursday to refrain from pumping more money into
Unanimity on the nine-strong policy committee crumbled last month after three years of consensus. Two members had voted for a hike, noting economic growth had accelerated to its fastest pace since 2007.
However, minutes of that meeting showed the majority of the committee remains convinced there is still not enough evidence of rising inflation or wages to justify an immediate increase.
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