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Monetary Policy Publications

Inflation Report
The Report sets out the detailed economic analysis and inflation projections on which the Bank's Monetary Policy Committee bases its interest rate decisions, and presents an assessment of the prospects for UK inflation.

Minutes of the Monetary Policy Committee
The Monetary Policy Committee meeting minutes are published alongside the interest rate decision at 12 noon on a Thursday. Meetings currently take place once a month, but this will change to eight times a year after the September 2016 meeting.

Letters on monetary policy
Each year the Chancellor of the Exchequer writes a letter to the Governor confirming the inflation target and the Bank’s remit for monetary policy.

If inflation moves away from target by more than one percentage point in either direction, the Governor is required to send an open letter to the Chancellor.

Bank Liabilities Survey
A regular quarterly survey of developments in UK financial institutions’ funding and capital to support the Bank’s analysis of monetary conditions and financial stability.

Credit Conditions Survey
A regular quarterly survey to assess trends in the demand for, and the supply of credit, including terms and conditions.  It covers both household and corporate lending markets.

Credit Conditions Review
A quarterly publication presenting the Bank of England’s assessment of the latest developments in bank funding and household and corporate credit conditions.

Bank of England/TNS Inflation Attitudes Survey
A quarterly survey of inflation attitudes conducted by TNS on the Bank’s behalf.

Monetary Policy Roundtable
The Bank and the Centre for Economic Policy Research host Monetary Policy Roundtable events to provide a forum for economists to discuss key issues affecting the design and operation of UK monetary policy. 


Hard copies of all publications (including those not available on this site) can be obtained by contacting our Public Enquiries Group;

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