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Forecasted BoE policy rate under different UK/EU referendum scenarios 2016-2019

Forecasted Bank of England (BoE) policy rate under different UK referendum scenarios for EU exit 2016-2019, by scenario

Forecasted BoE policy rate under different UK/EU referendum scenarios 2016-2019 This statistic displays forecasts from 2016 to 2019 for different scenarios for the Bank of England (BoE) policy rate changes based off of the Brexit decision. In the “leave” scenario the United Kingdom (UK) it is expected that there will be an expected drop to 1 percent in 2017, yet this data predicts that after the referendum there will be an increase of 2.25 in 2019.
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Forecasted Bank of England (BoE) policy rate under different UK referendum scenarios for EU exit 2016-2019, by scenario

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This statistic displays forecasts from 2016 to 2019 for different scenarios for the Bank of England (BoE) policy rate changes based off of the Brexit decision. In the “leave” scenario the United Kingdom (UK) it is expected that there will be an expected drop to 1 percent in 2017, yet this data predicts that after the referendum there will be an increase of 2.25 in 2019.
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Release date
February 2015
Region
United Kingdom
Survey time period
February 5, 2015
Special properties
BoE: Bank of England
Supplementary notes
The source states that the percentage change refers to the year end.
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