BoE official hints at further stimulus for UK

Moves may be needed even if vote backs EU membership

20th May, 2016
UK economy may need boost whatever way Breixt vote goes Pic Getty

A member of the Bank of England's rate-setting committee has said the British economy has slowed and may require additional stimulus if it does not rebound quickly in the event of

a vote to stay in the European Union in a referendum on June 23.

“Following a vote to remain, I would like to see convincing evidence of an improvement in the economic outlook,” Gertjan Vlieghe said in...

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