Britain, South Korea and New Zealand left interest rates at record lows on Thursday, with Canada expected to follow suit, but in Asia at least there were signs that thoughts are turning to tighter policy.
The Bank of England left interest rates at a record low of 0.5 percent for the sixth month running and said it would keep its 175 billion pound asset buying programme, designed to pump money into the economy, in place.
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