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Anderson Harris in the press

12.08.2013

Last Wednesday we issued some comment on the back of a statement from the new governor of the Bank of England. Mark Carney said the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee would keep interest rates at 0.5 per cent until unemployment fell from 7.8 per cent to 7 per cent.

We emailed journalists our thoughts on what this means for mortgage rates. These comments proved popular with journalists and we were delighted when our comments appeared in the Daily Telegraph, the Times, the Sun, the Week, the Guardian, This is Money, and in the weekend Financial Times, Times and Sunday Express. [We apologise in advance for the articles lurking behind paywalls].

It is always gratifying when journalists use our thoughts and call upon our expertise in their articles. If you are a buyer or looking to remortgage, it is also worth getting in touch to find out which is the right mortgage for your circumstances, whether it be from the high street or a private bank.

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