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RBS has changed its Bank of England rate forecast and now look for the first move in August in the wake of UK construction output data. RBS previously looked for a hike in May. "Today's ONS construction data show that not only have the downside risks to Q1 GDP that we flagged in our previous Tracker (6 April) crystallised, but the underlying data appear dramatically weaker than previously assumed", said RBS.
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