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UK confidence returning, money trends still solid

UK survey and monetary data released today give a positive message about current economic performance and near-term prospects, suggesting no need for further monetary policy easing and questioning the scale of the MPC’s August actions (although Bank of England Governor Carney will try to claim credit for economic resilience).Annual growth of narrow and broad money rose further in August.
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