The Bank of England raises rates by a half-point, biggest increase in 27 years.

Financial, International

The Bank of England unveiled a dismal vision for the British economy on Thursday, predicting a long recession starting later this year as the impact of high inflation bites. But the central bank strengthened its effort to tackle soaring prices as it raised interest rates half a percentage point, the largest jump since 1995. The…

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