The Bank of England is unlikely to hold current interest rates; it will lower them, it shouldn't but it isn't master in its own house and will meet the Brown regime's requirements. The European Central Bank will raise rates to do its central job of containing inflationary pressures, the job the Bank of England can no longer do now it is no longer an independent central bank.
If you are in sterling, get out.
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