Have Interest Rates Peaked at 4%?


The Bank of England has increased interest rates by half a percentage point to a 15-year high of 4 per cent but suggested that rates may have peaked.

They are now anticipating a milder recession this year than previously thought and said further rises would only be needed if there were new signs that inflation was going to stay too high for too long.

This is good news, as they were previously expecting rates to peak at 4.5% to control inflation but now hopefully, they may have reached their peak at 4%.

What does this mean for you?

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