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SMPC votes for interest rates to be cut to 2%
SMPC vote seven to two for an immediate cut and also support further easing of policy in the future
SMPC changes direction to support interest rate cut by seven votes to two
SMPC believes that interest rates should be held for now but should be cut later
SMPC votes six to three to hold interest rates - but believes the Bank must be ready to cut in the future
IEA's Shadow Monetary Policy Committee vote eight to one to hold interest rates
SMPC votes overwhelmingly against interest rate cut
SMPC members vote to hold rates by five votes to four
SMPC members vote for a rate cut by six votes to three
SMPC votes to hold interest rates by seven votes to two
SMPC again votes for an interest rate cut by five votes to four
SMPC votes for 0.25% interest rate reduction by five votes to four
SMPC votes six to three against further interest rates cuts but supports other methods of monetary easing.
SMPC votes for 0.25% rate cut by five votes to four
SMPC votes to hold interest rates, amid current economic uncertainty
SMPC votes to hold interest rates by eight votes to one
At its latest meeting the IEA's Shadow Monetary Policy Committee voted eight to one to hold interest rates. One member wanted a 0.25% cut.
The SMPC voted by five votes to four to hold interest rates at their current level.
SMPC votes to increase interest rates by 0.25% by eight votes to one. Most members believe that rates should rise further in forthcoming months
SMPC votes by five votes to four to hold interest rates for now