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SEPTEMBER 9
Monetary Policy Committee base rate decision

One member of the MPC voted for a rise for the third time last month. Andrew Sentance believes it’s time for rates to rise but will he have any support this month?
Find out on September 9.

SEPTEMBER 16
Financial Services Authority conference

The FSA’s annual Asset Management Conference is a chance for companies, trade associations and the regulator to discuss major issues affecting the sector.

It takes place at the Brewery in London and will be chaired by FSA director of retail policy and conduct risk Dan Waters, with the regulator’s chairman Lord Adair Turner giving the keynote speech.

SEPTEMBER 22
Monetary Policy Committee minutes

Find out why Andrew Sentance thinks it’s time for a rise and what the other members think when the Bank of England releases its MPC minutes.

SEPTEMBER 29
Bank of England mortgage lending data released

See how the lending market responds when the Bank publishes its mortgage lending data at the end of the month. Five members of the Moneyspinners team get ready for a gruelling 600-mile bike ride

 

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