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nfdaIt is positive to see that the Bank of England has decided to hold interest rates at 0.5% as a sign of confidence in the post-Brexit UK economy

The Bank of England has held interest rates at an all-time low of 0.5% since 2009. On Thursday 14 July, the Monetary Policy Committee voted 8-1 to leave rates unchanged, however this does not rule out further economic measures at a later stage if the Bank of England determines the economy requires stimulation to ride out any impact that Brexit might have.

Low interest rates have been one of the driving forces behind the automotive industry success over the past few years as they have been supporting consumers’ confidence to commit to big purchases, such as cars, ensuring affordable vehicles finance offers for drivers.

We are pleased to see that with this decision members of the committee expect the economy to regain stability after the Brexit vote turmoil. However, the NFDA urges the Bank of England and the UK government to keep monitoring closely the economic outlook and continue to do all they can to ensure financial stability.

Posted by Sue Robinson on 15/07/2016