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Market Questions is the FT’s guide to the week ahead
Survey by UK central bank shows households losing faith in its ability to control prices
Ending quantitative easing would show that it is serious about inflation risks
UK CPI rises to 3.2 per cent — its highest level since 2012
Pace of price increases likely to remain higher for longer than the Monetary Policy Committee previously thought
Increase is fastest since Bank of England gained independence to set interest rates
ECB and Goldman Sachs veteran Huw Pill known for orthodox thinking on monetary policy
Political statements and climate change initiatives distract bankers from managing inflation
Investors need to watch out for any potential shift in thinking
Who is on the hook when CBDCs get hacked?
It is rash to pretend that withdrawal of support for bond markets will be straightforward
With the use of cash dwindling, the UK’s central bank is investigating issuing a ‘digital sterling’
Central bank is right to focus on evolution of the UK’s labour market after the pandemic
Employment outlook has changed quickly with many companies struggling to recruit workers
Interest rates likely to rise sooner than anticipated as inflation climbs towards 4%
Analysts expect MPC to keep monetary policy unchanged but await updated economic outlook
Global surge in goods prices is likely to slacken as supply bottlenecks ease, says Ben Broadbent
Governor pledges to lead changes to implement recommendations on diversity and inclusion
Civil service chief warned Tony Blair over risks of chancellor’s ‘rushed’ approach with central bank governor
MPC member’s comments point to likely split of opinion when rate-setting committee meets next month
The House of Lords committee on which Lord Mervyn King sits has laid into the policy he initiated.
It’s not just the poor who are threatened by inflation, public support cuts and likely job losses
House of Lords committee says BoE has not provided enough justification for continued quantitative easing
Michael Saunders follows Sir Dave Ramsden in suggesting bank should act to curb rising inflation
Comments from deputy governor Ramsden come after UK inflation rises sharply to 2.5% in June