Sam Lynton-Brown

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Typically higher inflation has been bearish sterling to the extent that it pushes UK real yields lower. But we'd argue with the change in the BoE's (Bank of England's) message last week to become more hawkish, if we get an upside surprise to inflation, UK front end nominal rates should price in a greater likelihood of a BoE rate hike and therefore sterling shouldn't weaken.
Mar 21 2017
Sam Lynton-Brown has been quoted 11 times. The two most recent articles where Sam Lynton-Brown has been quoted are Sterling stumbles to first three-day fall of year and Sterling hits one-month lows as Scotland unveils Brexit options. Most recently, Sam Lynton-Brown was quoted as having said, “(Bank of England Governor Mark) Carney will probably reiterate his line that there are limits to tolerance of above-target inflation. If that rhetoric occurs at the same time of potential upward revisions to growth forecasts and maybe even inflation forecasts, that will prompt the market to increase its pricing for the probability of a Bank of England rate hike by the end of this year.”.
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