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The questions that we have selected for this meeting are:

  • Overnight Rate Target (level)
  • Does the Bank say interest rates may need to rise further?
  • Does the Bank say interest rates are likely to rise further?
  • Does the Bank say it may not need to raise interest rates further?
  • Does the Bank say it’s likely finished raising interest rates?