Mark Carney has come through his first public argument on interest rates with enough scope to contain dissent for now.
While policy makers Martin Weale and Ian McCafferty voted for an increase this month, the gulf between their thinking and that of the governor’s seven-strong majority suggests his view will hold sway, according to economists at banks including Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and UniCredit SpA.
Investors share that outlook, with expectations for the first rate increase staying stuck in May even after the revelation of the first split in more than three years. Even though Carney has given some mixed signals on the potential timing of tightening, his warnings about risks to the recovery signal an entrenched position in his camp.
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