Thursday, February 5, 2009

Interest rates cut again to 1%

Interest rates have been cut again to 1% from 1.5%.

The reduction was confirmed by the Bank of England today in a bid to boost the slowing economy.

The latest fall marks the fifth interest rate cut since October when rates stood at 5%.

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